How to Ignite All the Brains in the Business
The tools for turning knowledge about brain sex into effective practices are exemplified. Work practices determine a large part of work culture. This chapter shares frameworks and tools for creating brain-friendly work practices. The frameworks can be used at a micro-level (for example to run effective meetings) and also at a meta-level. They are designed to help leaders and their organisations think about how they might create cultural change and lead business transformation.
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