Your Brain Doesn’t Want You To Be a Great Leader

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The way our brains evolve challenges our ability to excel in a leadership role.

To be a successful leader, NLI research has found you must be future-focused, good with people, and able to drive results. Sounds easy enough, right? As it turns out, the way our brains evolve actually challenges our ability to excel in these three domains. But by understanding how our brains work, we can combat its common tendencies and set ourselves up for success. Read more in Harvard Business Review.

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