During the time I developed my coaching and leadership capability, I was often confused when, unintentionally I provoked a response in somebody that I hadn’t anticipated. That was until I discovered that science could play an invaluable role in the way I led my team and provided feedback to others.
Neuroscience now plays a significant role in my teaching and coaching. If I’m able to understand the reasons people react in differing circumstances, I am more likely to deliver a satisfactory and productive outcome for all involved.
So what is it that causes some people to react more favorably than others? The answer lay in the way our brains are constructed and how that triggers a response in us.
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