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Dr. David Rock

More than 20 years ago, David coined the term "neuroleadership", and began building the NeuroLeadership Institute, a cognitive science consultancy that has advised more than 60% of the Fortune 100. He continues to shape NLI’s path forward by bringing neuroscientists and leadership experts together, and consulting with C-suite executives.

David is the author of four books including Your Brain at Work and has written for and been quoted in Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, CNBC, Forbes, and more.

Originally from Australia, David moved to the U.S. in 2010. He holds a professional doctorate in leadership neuroscience from Middlesex University.


Your Brain at Work LIVE | The Next Generation of Leadership Solutions: Insights from 15 Years of Practice

Today's workplace challenges are constantly evolving — and it can feel like true growth-oriented leaders are hard to come by. This week, NLI Leadership Consultant Ric Oslin joins our CEO and co-founder Dr. David Rock to discuss the present state and future of our research and teachings on leadership here at the NeuroLeadership Institute. We'll uncover insights from the last 15 years of having a dedicated NLI Leadership Practice, what the neuroscience says about leaders, teams, and organizations, and the strategies we can take today to build the leaders of tomorrow. We're thrilled for the opportunity to share our expertise with you and to grow in our mutual understanding and 25 years of leadership experience together.

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Your Brain at Work LIVE | A Closer Look at Disability and Neurodiversity through a Neuroscience Lens

In this week's Your Brain at Work LIVE, NLI CEO and co-founder Dr. David Rock is joined by our Vice President of Research to pull back the curtain on the ways we talk about neurodiversity and disability in the workplace today and how we should be evolving that conversation tomorrow to build a stronger, more supportive space of belonging for all of us.

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