Research suggests that executives tend to learn more from negative work and life experiences than positive ones, as failures and the threat of failure may force an individual to revisit the way they do things; positive experiences and successes, on the other hand, may lead to complacency. So what happens in your brain during such […]
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The need to develop strong leaders and competent managers has increased over the past few years, as technological advances and economic uncertainties have created a more competitive business environment than ever before. But though substantial investment is being poured into leadership development programs, do they actually have a tangible impact on individual and business performance? […]
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