Neuroscience in the context leadership, offers an evidence-based approach to address the challenges leaders face in today’s fast paced organisations. The traditional view of an effective leader is one who gets results, increases the bottom line and maximises the productivity of workers. All noble activities but often achieved at the cost of employee engagement, innovation, retention, trust – and bottom line results.

Why should organisations and their leaders be interested in neuroscience? Because organisations, in response to Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous environment as well as predictable competitor, governmental and ecological pressures, have to change in order to survive. As a result, leaders by definition must deliberately, willfully and continuously create and implement change. Unfortunately change is perceived by our brains as a potential threat. Read more