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Andy Habermacher
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- Based on Neuroscience – Special Democracy Version! This is a special guide for
brainwashing and winning elections in a democracy. Brainwashing is easy if you
aren’t in a democracy but democracies face many challenges such as intelligent
people who can see...

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Brainwashing for Dummies: A User’s Guide  Based on neuroscience Special Democracy Version! This is a special guide for brainwashing and winning elections in a democracy. Brainwashing is easy if you aren’t in a democracy but democracies face many challenges ...

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Dreading the ritual - making performance reviews work!
How many people actually enjoy performance reviews? Whichever side of the table you're sitting on the research paints a pretty depressing picture. But hold on a second aren't performance reviews meant to be about guiding and increasing performance? If that ...

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The Magic Sauce in Team Motivation?
Let's face it we are all looking for the magic sauce when it comes to motivation and every few years or so a  new magic sauce becomes fashionable - but then somehow seems to fade away for another magic sauce - and some come back with a different name every ...

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Unconscious Bias is a "Learnt Reflex" for the brain
Unconscious bias has received  a lot of press recently: it is implicated in the tragic cases of US police officers shooting innocent young African Americans, in large part for the glass ceiling for women in business and currently in mass hysteria over the r...

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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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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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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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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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