The Chemistry of Great LeadershipOct 06, 2015
Your leadership depends not only on the skills you've developed, but how your personal chemistry allows you to access them.
During times of stress or challenge, the portion of your brain relating to executive function goes offline, and you're left using the more primitive part. You become short-sighted, reactive and critical.
Learn how to optimize your chemistry and utilize the full range of your brain and talents to be a great leader.
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