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Don’t Blame Lying On The Brain

Richard Gunderman, Indiana University The recent finding that telling lies induces changes in the brain has stimulated a number of misrepresentations that may wreak more...

Better Balance = Wiser Choices

THERE ARE NO SHORTCUTS to long-term success, and that’s why balance is critical when it comes to the mindset of a leader. The recent worldwide...

Humans Are Wired For Prejudice

By Caitlin Millett, Pennsylvania State University HUMANS ARE HIGHLY social creatures. Our brains have evolved to allow us to survive and thrive in complex social...

Neuroscience and Ethical Leadership (Part 2) SPEED

by Andrew Leigh, Featured Contributor Part 2 of a Four-Part Series and White Paper (See Part 1: What Neuroscience Can Tell Us About Ethical Leadership) Take...

The Human Brain Subliminally Judges “Trustworthiness” of Faces

The human brain can judge the apparent trustworthiness of a face from a glimpse so fleeting, the person has no idea they have seen...

Five Steps to Repair Broken Trust

I believe that most leaders strive to be trustworthy. There aren’t too many leaders who wake up in the morning, roll out of bed...