How Neuroscience Can Transform Your Leadership | Wharton Prof. Michael Platt
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 Published On Feb 04, 2021

In the first installment of the Wharton School Press' "Meet the Authors" interview series, Prof. Michael Platt talks with Prof. Peter Fader about his book, The #LeadersBrain. The conversation originally streamed like on the Wharton School's LinkedIn page.

Topics covered in the interview and book include:
- How neuroscience informs decision-making, team-building, innovation, communication and more
- Platt's research into the "social brain network" and how to translate learnings into a virtual environment
- Debunking the "left brain/right brain" myth
- How to practice mindfulness and innovation through diet, exercise and work habits

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