28 March 2015

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The Neuroscience of Leadership Development

To the extent that leadership is learned, it is learned through experience.

This article begins with seven conclusions about the role of experience in leadership development, ponders the reasons that what is known is so rarely applied, suggests some ways to put experience at the center of leadership development efforts, and concludes with a series of recommendations for practice and for future research.

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