Just the Tip: The Psychology and Neurobiology of Leadership and Coaching
with Jarret Jackson
What do Donald Trump, Simone Biles, and the Wizard of Oz have in common? They all understand the power of the parasympathetic nervous system and its importance when it comes to influence, performance, and connection. Join me to learn how you can use neurobiology to become more influential and helpful in your coaching practice!
In this session, I provide an overview of the latest research into the neurobiology of leadership, motivation, and coaching. After a brief intro to motivational psych, we’ll dig below the tip of the iceberg to understand the relationship between the subconscious and the autonomic nervous system, which drives how we engage with the world.
I’ll unveil a new framework that disaggregates our fear, shame, and guilt responses to understand their relationship to our emotions, needs, and how we are influenced. Science can be boring, so we’ll talk about it in the context of the Titanic, All In The Family, and Janet Jackson, instead.
In the end, I’ll leave you with a simple rule-of-thumb to facilitate interactions that a c-suite executive dubbed the antidote to toxicity. I call it e3: empathize, educate, empower. The science of leadership.
Host: Jeff Nally