Applying Neuroscience to Leadership

 Amongst the 60,000 plus published books about ‘leadership’, there is a plethora of models and theories on the subject.  These range from models viewing leadership as: transactional, situational or transformational through to trait-based and behavioural theories, reflections on authenticity and many, many other favoured or unpopular approaches. As the late George Box famously wrote “all models are wrong, but some are useful”. Continue reading