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Neuroscience for Organizational Change

Book Description

A practical guide to ensuring the success of change management programmes drawing on evidence from the world of neuroscience.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Praise for <span xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:epub="http://www.idpf.org/2007/ops" class="normal">Neuroscience for Organizational Change</span>
  3. Title Page
  4. Contents
  5. Preface
  6. Acknowledgements
  7. PART ONE The Challenge
    1. 01    Introduction to neuroscience
      1. Why should organizations be interested in neuroscience?
      2. Key moments in the history of neuroscience
      3. Caveat
      4. About this book – how will it help?
      5. Summary of key points from this chapter
      6. References
    2. 02    Brain facts
      1. Our brains
      2. Fundamental facts and principles about our brains
      3. Some key parts of the brain – the cortical lobes
      4. Summary of key points from this chapter
      5. References
    3. 03    Why our brains don’t like organizational change
      1. Why our brains don’t like change
      2. The impact of change on our brains
      3. Summary of key points from this chapter
      4. References
  8. PART TWO What can we do?
    1. 04    Performing at our best during change
      1. The science
      2. What can we do? Solutions and examples of what other leaders have done
      3. Summary of key points from this chapter
      4. Reflections and planning
      5. References
    2. 05    Our social brains
      1. The science
      2. What can we do? Solutions and examples of what other leaders have done
      3. Summary of key points from this chapter
      4. Reflections and planning
      5. References
    3. 06    Managing emotions during change
      1. Emotions – what are their use?
      2. Why does this chapter matter?
      3. The science
      4. What can we do? Solutions and examples of what other leaders have done
      5. Summary of key points from this chapter
      6. Reflections and planning
      7. References
    4. 07    Decision-making and bias
      1. The science
      2. What can we do? Solutions and examples of what other leaders have done
      3. Summary of key points in this chapter
      4. Reflections and planning
      5. References
    5. 08    Communication, involvement and the role of storytelling
      1. The science
      2. What can we do? Solutions and examples of what other leaders have done
      3. Summary of key points in this chapter
      4. Reflections and planning
      5. References
    6. 09    Planning change with the brain in mind
      1. Change requires more energy than staying as we are
      2. Change models
      3. What can we do? Solutions and examples of what other leaders have done
      4. Summary of key points in this chapter
      5. Reflections and planning
      6. References
    7. 10    Applying neuroscience in the organization
      1. Content of the masterclass
      2. What did the leaders do?
      3. Summary of key points in this chapter
      4. References
  9. Index
  10. Copyright