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Neuroleadership Articles by Kristen Hansen

Mind the GAP between you and your goals!

Mind the GAP

How do we use neuroscience to achieve goals? Mind the GAP!

Does email candy rule your working life?

This article is co-written with Diane Harner, neuroscientist consultant for EnHansen Performance

Email Candy

Are you overwhelmed by non-stop information and tasks you need to accomplish? Is answering email becomes your “pat on the back”? Find some tips to keep your brain focus and productive as you juggle in between tasks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Neuroleadership Articles by others 

How Neuroleadership Has Benefited HR Community

An article by by Lisa Baruch – Business Manager for EnHansen Performance

HR Neuroscience

picture credit: tinyurl.com/neuroscienceHR

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Boss Not the Workload, Causes Workplace Depression

Neuroleadership develops emotional intelligence

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Pain of Social Rejection

Neuroleadership article on social pain

Neuroleadership article on social pain

 

 

 

 

 

Racial Bias in Neural Empathetic Responses to Pain

Neuroleadership article on the diversity

Neuroleadership article on the diversity

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The mind’s mirror

A new type of neuron–called a mirror neuron–could help explain how we learn through mimicry and why we empathize with others.

Neuroleadership article on mirror neurons

Neuroleadership article on mirror neurons

The Rise of NeuroLeadership

An interesting article by Allison Heaps – for understanding the widen benefits of NeuroLeadership in our work and life.

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The Rise of NeuroLeadership by Allison Heaps

 

 

 

 

 

 

3 Neuroscience Secrets For Persuasive Marketing

3 Neuroscience Secrets For Persuasive Marketing

Communication is one act in which the brain of the communicator and the    brain of the listeners are trying to be coupled and merging as one. As a  marketer, it’s your job to make sure that your story, your message, is  persuasive and emotionally arousing enough that people will want to tune in to  your signal.

 

 

“The Neuroscience of Influence and Persuasion”

Research finding by Robert Cialdini, Professor of Marketing and Psychology at Arizona State University, that explores the Neuroscience of Influence in personal, professional and social life.

How to heal our smartphone-addled, overworked brains

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The biggest casualty of everyone being so connected is productivity. No one is getting much done at the office. A few ways you can maintain a healthy brain at work.

Emotion Contagion:

“a process in which a person or group influences the emotions or behavior of another person or group through the conscious or unconscious induction of emotion states and behavioral attitudes” (Schoenewolf, 1990: 50)

Neuroscience: Helping employees through change 

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ADAPT: What can organizations do to keep employees in a positive reward state while going through change to offset the threat created?

 

Success from the inside out 

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Mindfulness is not only a trend practiced      by  yogis, creatives and the business elite.      People in organizations around the world      are now benefiting from the improved            performance, communication,                relationships  and self-mastery by being more mindful. I am personally finding a huge appetite for it with organisations I work with aiming to build self-awareness and resilience in their teams.

Developing People Thinking Through ‘Brain-Based Coaching’

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REGULATE: Mindfulness:
Mindfulness is not only a trend practiced by  yogis, creatives and the business elite.  People in organizations around the world  are now benefiting from the improved  performance, communication, relationships  and self-mastery by being more mindful. I  am personally finding a huge appetite for it  with organisations I work with aiming to  build self-awareness and resilience in their  teams.

 

Quick, useful tips to reverse the brain-drain we experience everyday. What other tips are there?

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Quick, useful tips to reverse the brain-drain we experience everyday. What other tips are there?

 

 

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Are you working with mammals or reptiles? Which is more creative? Sometimes by feeling safe, individuals will be able to create uncertainty in the workspace with bold, experimental thinking.

Five useful tips on Change Leadership from Neuroscience 

 

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Neuroscience research says annual performance review often triggers disengagement, and constricts our openness to creativity and growth. To know more please read the article

 

Neuroscience research says annual performance review often triggers disengagement, and constricts our openness to creativity and growth. To know more please read the article  

 

 

 

 

 

Are you working with mammals or reptiles? 

Which is more creative?
Sometimes by feeling safe, individuals will be able to create uncertainty in the workspace with bold, experimental thinking.

To know how our nervous system influences our creativity please read the article below:

Leading our kids with awareness of brain development can support learning, resilience and understanding.

 

Neuroleadership Articles and Books

Managing with the Brain in Mind, David Rock, Strategy and Business

Strong Connections, Less Conflict, Matt Palmquist, August 27, 2009

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Helpful Books below – also click HERE to see further titles

Leadership

  • The Crucial Quarter – Juan Aguilera, 2010
  • The Inner Game of Work, Overcoming mental obstacles for maximum performance
  • Timothy Gallwey
  • Flow – Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, 1990
  • Quiet Leadership, Six Steps to Transforming Performance at Work – David Rock, 2007
  • The 8th Habit, (Transforming Leadership) Stephen Covey, 2003
  • The One Minute Manager, Building High Performing Teams, Kenneth Blanchard, 1990
  • The Art of Possibility, Benjamin and Rosamund Zander,

The Neuroscience of Leadership

  • Your Brain at Work – David Rock 2009
  • Quiet Leadership, Six Steps to Transforming Performance at Work

Coaching

  • Coaching For Performance, Growing People, Performance and Purpose, John Whitmore, 1992
  • Your Personal Best, David Rock, 2000
  • How Coaching Works, Joseph O’Connor and Andrea Lages,

Emotional Intelligence

  • Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman, 1996
  • Working with Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman, 1998
  • The New Leaders, Transforming the Art of Leadership into the science of Results, Daniel Goleman, 2002

Improving Work Performance

  • Linchpin – Are You Indispensible? Seth Godin, 2010
  • The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen Covey, 1990

Pursuing Your Passion

  • The Element, How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything, Ken Robinson, 2009
  • Turning Passions into Profits, Christopher Howard, 2004
  • Passionate People Produce, Charles Kovess, 1997

Neuroscience – Knowledge About the Brain and How That Changes Everything

  • Evolve Your Brain, The Science of Changing Your Mind – Joe Dispenza, 2007
  • The Secrets of the Grown-Up Brain – Barbara Straunch, 2010
  • Blink –The Power of Thinking without Thinking – Malcolm Gladwell, 2005
  • Mindfield, How Brain Science is Changing Our World – Lone Frank, 2009
  • A Whole New Mind – Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future, Daniel, H. Pink. 2006
  • The Mind and The Brain – Neuroplasticity and the Power of Mental Force, Jeffrey Schwartz and Sharon Begley, 2002
  • The Brain that Changes Itself, Norman Doidge, 2007
  • Making a Good Brain Great, Daniel Amen, 2005
  • Mindset, The New Psychology of Success, Carol Dweck, 2006
  • Train Your Mind, Change Your Brain, Sharon Begley, 2007
  • Thresholds of the Mind, Your Personal Roadmay to Success, Happiness and Contentment, Bill Harris, 2007
  • The Hidden Brain, Shankar Vedantam, 2010
  • The New Feminine Brain, 2005

Teenage Personal Development

  • The Primal Teen – Barbara Straunch, 2008
  • Get Your Hopes Up- Glen Gerreyn, 2009