Leadership training is a $366 billion global industry. Despite that, 75 percent of organizations say their leadership development programs are not effective. A primary reason for the lack of development effectiveness is that those who design the programs do not fully understand the neuroscience behind how leaders operate. As a result, leadership development programs emphasize topics and ideas that are limited in development potential. In this webcast you’ll dive into the neuroscience of leadership to identify cutting-edge ideas, topics, and techniques for more effective leadership development. Specifically, you will discover: • why the historically dominant approach to leadership development is limited • what the latest psychological research says is a better approach • a clearer understanding of why leaders do what they do • a personal attribute that has largely been overlooked but is foundational to leadership development and effectiveness • cutting-edge leadership development approaches and techniques.