Leadership and Neuroscience: Can We Revolutionize the Way That Inspirational Leaders Are Identified and Developed?

Waldman, David A.; Balthazard, Pierre A.; Peterson, Suzanne J.
February 2011
Academy of Management Perspectives;Feb2011, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p60
Academic Journal
Recent advances in the field of neuroscience can significantly add to our understanding of leadership and its development. Specifically, we are interested in what neuroscience can tell us about inspirational leadership. Based on our findings, we discuss how future research in leadership can be combined with neuroscience, as well as potential neurofeedback interventions for the purpose of leadership development. We also consider ethical implications and applications to management-related areas beyond leadership.


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