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Andy Habermacher
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Can leaders change their spots?
I remember a few years ago now speaking to a country manager of one of the largest multinationals on the planet. We were discussing a coaching assignment I was about to take on with one of his senior managers. What struck me about the conversation was how t...
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For the love of leadership
In my talk at TEDxZug this year I spoke on a topic that concerns all of humanity. All economic systems, all political systems and all corporate systems. Indeed any system in which human beings operate. In short I said that there is one component all of thes...
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An older blog now but still relevant...
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Bad Leadership: The Need for Control
- by Andy Habermacher "Leadership" is everywhere and has been so for many years now. A quick search in Amazon will spit out 108,504 book results. That's a lot of books and a lot of words on leadership. This plethora of books is packed with words, phrases an...
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Trust in the Brain (and in Corporations)
- by Andy Habermacher How important is trust in a relationship? Conditional vs. Unconditional Trust Trust in the Brain Mistrust in the Brain Corporate Trust Yes, it’s important but it’s more than important, it’s essential - absolutely essential. There’s alm...
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The importance of fun in business
In the model of the brain I propose to business leaders I always talk about the basic need for pleasure [1]. However there seems to be an instinctive desire to say, “We’re here to work not have fun”. Sure many understand that fun is a good part of work but ...
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Leader, leader on the wall, do you have the highest self-esteem of all?
Last post I spoke about the need for control - one of five basic human needs - and how leaders often take control at the expense of their employees hence lowering engagement. These basic human needs I speak about in my book (" Neuroleadership "), with Argan...
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Bad Leadership - The Need for Control
"Leadership" is everywhere and has been so for many years now. A quick search in Amazon will spit out 108,504 book results. That's a lot of books and a lot of words on leadership. This plethora of books is packed with words, phrases and clichés inspiring "g...
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The Love of Leadership
- Andy Habermacher In my talk at TEDxZug in 2013 I spoke on a topic that concerns all of humanity. All economic systems, all political systems and all corporate systems. Indeed any system in which human beings operate. In short I said that there is one comp...
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The Importance of Fun in Business
- Andy Habermacher In the model of the brain I propose to business leaders I always talk about the basic need for pleasure [1]. However there seems to be an instinctive desire to say, “We’re here to work not have fun”. Sure many understand that fun is a goo...
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Executive Coach
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  • leading brains
    brain leader, 2012 - present
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Brain Leader - International Speaker on Neuroscience in Business, Executive Coach, Author, Father, Old-Age Sprinter, (ex)Rugby Player, Happy Person...
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New book release: "Neuroleadership: A Journey Through The Brain For Business Leaders" Ghadiri / Habermacher / Peters, Springer 2012
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Birmingham, GB - Luzern, Switzerland
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