June 14th 2018
Neuroscience for Leadership
Tara Swart, a medical doctor and neuroscientist practising as an executive coach, provided some perspectives on the science behind leadership stress, resilience, brain agility, and mindfulness at CRF's Summer Lecture. Access the notes to understand how improving your daily behaviours and habits, and the science behind this, can improve your performance as a leader.
Learn the best strategies to develop and stick with new habits and behaviours, some quicks wins for tackling stress and how to get the best benefits from mindfulness.
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