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How neuroscience can help organisations drive meaningful change

By | David Green 🇺🇦 | Co-Author of Excellence in People Analytics | People Analytics leader | Director, Insight222 & | Conference speaker | Host, Digital HR Leaders Podcast

What I would say (to HR) is 2021 may be the year that you will do your best work – go be the revolutionaries. This amount of change may not be with us for another 100 years, in terms of people’s willingness to really change the paradigm for how work is done.

Last week marked the second birthday of the Digital HR Leaders Podcast. Since the first episode with Sharon Doherty, Chief People and Places Officer at Finastra, there have been 13 series, 76 episodes and over 300,000 listens. It continues to be a privilege to host the show – and thanks for listening!

To mark our second birthday and kick off series 14 of the podcast, we have a very special episode. I’m joined by Dr. David Rock who coined the term ‘neuroleadership’ and is the Co-founder and CEO of the NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI), which has worked with over 50% of the Fortune 100 to make organizations better for humans through science.

David has authored four successful books including Your Brain at Work, a business best-seller, and has written for and been quoted in hundreds of articles about leadership, organizational effectiveness, and the brain.

The centrepiece of my discussion with David is his SCARF Model, which is based on neuroscience and is designed to help us work more effectively with others. When I came across the model a few years ago, it helped me better understand myself and changed the way I interact in social situations.

The SCARF model is comprised of five key ‘domains’ that influence our behaviour in social and work situations. They are:

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