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How Bad Bosses Create Distrust

By: Judith E. Glaser, Marcia Ruben, Ph.D., Sandra Foster, Ph.D., & Debra Pearce-McCall, Ph.D. Executive Summary This distinctive blog post highlights the actions a boss can choose to directly impact their own neurochemistry, behaviors and expressions that promote a climate … Continue reading

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How to Get Your Employees Addicted to Performing Well

The Neurochemistry of Motivation By Judith E. Glaser Employee Question: I work better in environments when my superiors are supportive and give praise for a job well done, and are also understanding when things go wrong. I wonder, is there … Continue reading

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How to Drive Self-Expression to Innovate

by Judith E. Glaser I have yet to meet an executive, who joins a company to be ‘minimized,’ marginalized or to be intentionally held back from making a contribution. We join a company to make a difference, to make a … Continue reading

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Why Should Managers and Leaders Celebrate More?

by Judith E. Glaser Great leaders identify, measure, recognize, and reward meaningful efforts and achievements—and celebrate often with the people involved. Why should managers and leaders celebrate more? Creating a feeling of celebration helps meet people’s needs for inclusion, innovation, … Continue reading

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Two Signals that Create the Highest Trust

by Judith E. Glaser Most people choose their friends and colleagues based on three principles that even they may not be aware of. That’s according to social science research conducted by Brian Uzzi, professor of leadership and organizational change at … Continue reading

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The Power of Language to Shape the Workplace

Conversational Intelligence + The Neuroscience of Conversations For the past 20 years, new discoveries at neuroscience research centers have been revealing new and healthy ways to handle negative emotions. Since conventional wisdom suggests that it’s better to not to discuss … Continue reading

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The One Leadership Skill That Will Turbocharge Employee Performance

by Judith E. Glaser Through advances in neuroscience, we can now see inside of the brains and minds of people who are experiencing different emotions. What astounds scientists is the dramatically different “brain landscape” for people who are in fear … Continue reading

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