How great leaders inspire their teams?

Truly infinite minded great leaders understand the psychology of their team members to perfection When faced with crisis situationsn, the natural instinct of the rational mind is to think too much about the problems. The emotional or limbic brain as well , lacks direction from the rational brain and sends negative vibes A visionary calmsContinue reading “How great leaders inspire their teams?”

Overcoming “resistance” towards change

The human rational brain has an inherent tendency to look out for problems When faced with change the problems associated with the change take centre stage. The best way to thus calm down the rational brain is to provide a crystal clear direction that the rational brain can follow to avoid ambiguity. Adopted from ChipContinue reading “Overcoming “resistance” towards change”

Pros & Cons of the human rational brain

Adopted from the book totled “Switch” by Chip and Dan Heath The human rational brain has the capacity to analyze and solve problem.This is unique and makes us separate from other animals Pros- 1) Visionary 2) willing to make short term sacrifices for long term gains 3) Is able to follow a map , perfectlyContinue reading “Pros & Cons of the human rational brain”

Pros & Cons of the human rational brain

Adopted from the book totled “Switch” by Chip and Dan Heath The human rational brain has the capacity to analyze and solve problem.This is unique and makes us separate from other animals Pros- 1) Visionary 2) willing to make short term sacrifices for long term gains 3) Is able to follow a map , perfectlyContinue reading “Pros & Cons of the human rational brain”

Pros & Cons of the human rational brain

Adopted from the book totled “Switch” by Chip and Dan Heath The human rational brain has the capacity to analyze and solve problem.This is unique and makes us separate from other animals Pros- 1) Visionary 2) willing to make short term sacrifices for long term gains 3) Is able to follow a map , perfectlyContinue reading “Pros & Cons of the human rational brain”