This week the TalentCulture team discussed the neuroscience of what keeps leaders up at night with Dr. Nicole Lipkin, author of What Keeps Leaders Up at Night and Y in the Workplace: Managing the “Me First” Generation.
Leadership has two common derailers: one is being too busy to win and the other is being too proud to see. Understanding the human side of change and our innate biases can help all of us move through change more effectively and efficiently.
Listen to the recording and review the Twitter chat highlights below to learn more about the link between psychology and neuroscience and the impact it has on our productivity, performance, focus and general state of being.
— Dr. Nicole Lipkin (@DrNicoleLipkin) September 30, 2015
— Meghan M. Biro (@MeghanMBiro) September 30, 2015
A3 Technology NEEDS to stop being a specialization and become part of EVERYTHING we do! #TChat
— Chaim Shapiro (@ChaimShapiro) September 30, 2015
What’s Up Next? #TChat returns Wednesday, Oct 7th: #TChat Radio Kicks Off at 1pm ET / 10am PT — Our radio show runs 30 minutes. Usually, our social community joins us on the Twitters as well.
Next #TChat topic: Why Sourcing Referrals Can Improve Retention – Wednesday, Oct 7th, 2015 — Our halfway point begins with our highly engaging Twitter discussion. We take a social inside look at our weekly topic. Everyone is welcome to share their social insights.
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