Neuroleadership explores the neural basis of management and leadership practices. It pools the findings from different sources like neurobiology, affective neuroscience and social cognitive, integrative neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, and other neuroscience domains. By developing a leadership science, the concepts become more accessible to the leaders interested in improvement and development of self and the society. Neuroleadership takes into account the brain’s physiology and turns the professional development’s soft skills into hard skills.
Read on to know how exactly it does affect the skills and abilities of a leader.