The Neuroscience of Effective Organizational Change

Season 8, Episode 6 - Listen Now

Why is it that so many business transformation initiatives fail — sometimes before they’ve even launched? What can leaders and teams do to avoid that costly, morale-burning outcome? What does the science of behavior change tell us about what it takes to turn our change management initiatives into successful movements? In this episode of Your Brain at Work, we answer these questions and more with the help of Rachel Cardero — the NeuroLeadership Institute’s Senior Vice President of Consulting — to conversation with our Head of Impact and Measurement, Dr. Ryan Curl, and Associate Consultant Mary Toomey.

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