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The Brain-Based Boss by Terry Williams
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The Brain-Based Boss

by Terry Williams

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By unleashing the secrets of the brain in the workplace, leaders will be able to develop an engaged and high performance workforce. Based on five proven principles of brain science, this is a book of practical workplace-ready tools for leaders who want to motivate their staff to motivate themselves and to contribute to their own personal and professional success. Written in a user-friendly and engaging style, it aims to teach leaders how to encourage their staff to exhibit greater self discipline, develop a growth-oriented mindset and a goal focussed approach to their work, and spend a greater proportion of their working day in an optimal productivity state of 'flow'.--Cover.… (more)

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