Tag Archives: Fight or Flight

Your Caveman Brain: Running From Predators at Work


By Manie Bosman A couple of years ago a friend of mine and his son traveled through northwestern Zimbabwe when they noticed some vultures in the trees ahead of them. They decided it was a good a time as any … Continue reading

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The Neuroscience of Conditioned Racism


Although great progress has been made in the war on racism it is an evil which persists to haunt us. From the London Olympic Games to the run-up for the American presidential election to workplaces all across the globe friction … Continue reading

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Neuroleadership: Lead in a Way That Will Engage People’s Minds


By Manie Bosman A few days ago I was in a bookstore and just about to pay when the cashier – a young lady – was interrupted by a colleague demanding to know why she had left her lunch box … Continue reading

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Neuroleadership: Managing the Workplace as a Social Environment


By Manie Bosman Have you ever rolled around in bed thinking about an incident earlier that day and feeling really frustrated with yourself for not clearly explaining your point or saying what you should have said? Maybe it was a … Continue reading

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