Behavioural science and practice in leadership development

Behavioural science and practice in leadership development

This eBook focuses on a promising new avenue for leadership development, that which incorporates the application of behavioural science in the development of leadership skills. This new avenue is of particular interest since a better understanding of the relationship between the behavioural sciences, particularly neuroscience, and leadership behaviour could form the basis for equipping executives to have a better grip on dealing with the complexities currently facing them in their dynamic world environment. This eBook follows the successful Ashridge conference entitled “Scientific Advances in Developing Leaders for our Complex Environment.”

A proposed new psychological model for judgement and decision-making: integrating the tri-partite model with hemispheric difference,Does strategic leadership development feature in managers’ responses to future HRM challenges?,Experiential learning as preparation for leadership: an exploration of the cognitive and physiological processes,Organizational cognitive neuroscience – potential (non-) implications for practice,Reward and threat in the adolescent brain: implications for leadership development,The science of leadership and implications for leadership development in a more complex world

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