Richard Boyatzis – What Neuroscience Can Teach Us About Being Agile To Change

Richard Boyatzis is the Distinguished Professor in the Department of Organizational Behavior, Psychology and Cognitive Science at the Case Western Reserve University. His books include the international bestseller Primal Leadership with Daniel Goldman and Annie McKee. His latest book is called Helping People Change.

In this timely podcast, we talk about how disruptions can create threat states in the body. Dr. Boyatzis shares neuroscience research about how we can help ourselves become more agile to change by activating the empathic neural networks in our body. He also shares quick practices to help your team adapt to and be creative in times of change.

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