HBR: 3 Ways Our Brains Undermine Our Ability to Be a Good Leader

Research from the NeuroLeadership Institute found that leaders are most successful when they overcome the brain's resistance to excelling in all three core domains: being future focused, being good with people, and being able to drive results. Read more in Harvard Business Review's article by NLI's Cian McEnroe (Consultant) and Dr. David Rock (Co-Founder and CEO).

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