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The Right Frame Can Make All the Difference

The Right Frame Can Make All the Difference

| April 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

People with the responsibility to lead and manage need to be great ‘framers’. A good frame provides clarity, giving the listener a sense of understanding of your logic and purpose. A manager, struggling to communicate a change in office location, wasn’t communicating at all because a decision had not yet been made. This lack of […]

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Uncertainty Causes Our Brains to Sound the Alarm

Uncertainty Causes Our Brains to Sound the Alarm

| February 21, 2014 | 1 Comment

The following is a continuation of reviewing David Rock’s SCARF Model on understanding how our brain works. For information refer to Your Brain at Work by David Rock. Please visit my website at www.leaderscove.com. Under Resources you will find other newsletter that address the fascinating field of neuroscience. It was one of the toughest calls […]

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Optimizing an Employee’s Sense of Status Sans a Promotion

Optimizing an Employee’s Sense of Status Sans a Promotion

| January 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

In my November newsletter, I talked about the importance of managers and leaders understanding how the brain functions. David Rock and his colleagues at the NeuroLeadership Institute have provided amazing research as well as recommendations on how we can better appreciate the reasons behind sometimes bewildering reactions from others as well as becoming much smarter […]

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What Leaders and Managers Need to Know About Neuroscience

What Leaders and Managers Need to Know About Neuroscience

| November 8, 2013 | 1 Comment

How often have you sat in a meeting and been overwhelmed by the undercurrents – emotions below the surface? Your emotions and those around you. Body language that portrays outright hostility to complete abdication. On the rare instance that the conduct is called out, the individual denies its existence. Developing a greater understanding and how […]

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