June 21st 2018
Neuroscience for Leadership – Interview with Dr. Tara Swart
Corporate Research Forum has caught up with Dr. Tara Swart to review some of the science behind leadership stress and resilience. Dr. Swart invites us to consider brain agility and mindfulness as success factors for optimal performance, especially for those in leadership roles. In this interview, we focus on thee important questions:
- What are the most useful applied neuroscience ideas, especially for top management roles?
- How can neuroscience help us with the diversity agenda?
- Can the findings of neuroscience help us build better workplaces?
CRF members can also access post-meeting review notes from the key note talk delivered by Dr. Swart, where we summarise the key messages and insights.
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