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I have had a fascination with a particular subject of interest that interweaves leadership and human psychology.  I am convinced that there exists a neurophysiological connection between decisions made in leadership situations that affect one’s self as opposed to others.  My question to you: Would you consider the possibility of certain activations within the cortices of the brain exist only when making decisions about oneself?  Could there be a pre-disposition that encourages bad leadership because of failures in certain neurophysiological activations?

Published in:Leadership Psychology |on October 10th, 2018 |7 Comments »

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