Building a leadership model is a bit like building a house. Both require coherence, the structural integrity that holds elements together.
Even the most memorable leadership models won't lead to behavior change if employees don't find the model to be meaningful and relevant to their job.
The NeuroLeadership Institute's new "Idea Report" highlights the importance of leadership models being "sticky" in the brain. Now think: Is yours?
The NeuroLeadership Institute's latest Idea Report, "Building Brain-Friendly Leadership Models," finds every effective model satisfies three key criteria.