From our initial article defining the field (Ringleb & Rock, 2008) to the present, NeuroLeadership has continued to grow by virtually every measure. Perhaps more importantly, traditional leadership scholars are embracing its teachings (Daft, 2010), applying its dictates (Lawrence, 2010), and thereby assisting in expanding its frontiers. Business schools are looking to add neuroscientists to their faculties and suggesting neuroscience courses to their students. Unquestionably, neuroscience is one of the fastest growing areas of interest in contemporary science and NeuroLeadership is working to disseminate its findings applicable to the effective practice of leadership and leadership development.
James Valeii 2017-08-08T16:01:26+00:00