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NeuroLeadership in the Media

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Culture and Leadership

Our Political Differences are Increasingly Explosive. We Can Fix It.

Dr. David Rock, Co-Founder and CEO of the NeuroLeadership Institute, highlights the transformative power of positive, personal engagement in difficult conversations. This article from the Cincinnati Enquirer explores how leveraging NLI’s SCARF model can help individuals diagnose and navigate communication challenges, fostering empathy and constructive dialogue across diverse perspectives.

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Culture and Leadership

16 Important HR Metrics to Track

HR metrics provide essential data for HR professionals to enhance engagement, optimize hiring, and improve efficiency. Christy Pruitt-Haynes, Distinguished Faculty at the NeuroLeadership Institute, highlights their connection to business goals in this article from Built In.

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Culture and Leadership

Leadership Development Is Broken. Here’s How to Fix It.

Despite extensive resources and efforts in leadership development, organizations are struggling to find effective, scalable training methods that build lasting habits, as traditional methods like content libraries, one-on-one coaching, and retreats often fail to produce meaningful, enduring changes in leadership behavior. Read more from Dr. David Rock and Dr. Laura Cassiday in this Fast Company article.

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Culture and Leadership

Why Being Yourself at Work is Still a Luxury

In this article from WorkLife, Christy Pruitt-Haynes from the Neuroleadership Institute highlights the cognitive toll of concealing one’s true self at work, as demonstrated by a TikTok trend where users humorously contrast their professional personas with their authentic selves outside of work.

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Culture and Leadership

NLI in Harvard Business Review: 3 Ways to Compassionately Hold Your Team Accountable

Why are some teams more successful than others when it comes to meeting deadlines, hitting targets, and growing revenues? Researchers at the NeuroLeadership Institute looked at the cognitive processes associated with leaders who cultivate accountability on their teams. They identified three distinct habits practiced by these leaders: They think ahead, obsess about commitments, and anchor on solutions.

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Culture and Leadership

How HR Leaders Can Manage Their Mental Health

This SHRM article discusses the mental health challenges faced by HR professionals, with Christy Pruitt-Haynes (NLI’s Distinguished Faculty) emphasizing that overwhelmed HR leaders struggle to support their teams effectively, underscoring the importance of prioritizing their own well-being to model healthy behaviors and maintain a supportive work environment.

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