Tag Archives: executive brain

Justify Finding Your True Identity

by Judith E. Glaser In June the race horse Justify had his moment in the Belmont Stakes to win the Triple Crown (having already won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness). The Washington Post reported: “In a withering display of power … Continue reading

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Create and Sustain Change by Creating Trust through Candor

By Judith E. Glaser Here are 5 ways to elevate every day – and experience a release in the capacity to create and sustain change, growth and transformation: By setting the context for candor throughout all of your leadership interactions, … Continue reading

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What Your Brain Does When Someone Talks Too Much

.. think of this next time you have a big sales pitch or you’re trying to influence someone to your point of view. by Judith E. Glaser Conversational Blind Spots at Work Twenty-eight years ago I began my first experiment … Continue reading

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Harness the Wisdom of Your Five Brains

By Judith E. Glaser Have you ever found yourself in a situation like this: You are trying to navigate through a business meeting. You want to be helpful. It’s confusing to keep track of what’s going on. When you hear an … Continue reading

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