Earlier this week, managing partner of Australia's NeuroPower Group Zane Harris spoke with the New Zealand Herald about the upcoming three-day Leadership Intensive in Auckland
"As a teenager, Zane Harris rebelled against his alternative "hippie" upbringing and went on to pursue a corporate career. But a few years in, he asked himself, "Is this it?" It had occurred to him his parents' views on people, relationships and what it is to be human were more meaningful than simply chasing the money.
As managing partner of Australia's NeuroPower Group, Harris uses recent breakthroughs in neuroscience and behavioural economics to reinvent organisational systems for business leaders.
He says there has long been an individualistic mindset in Western countries when it comes to performance, leadership and motivation, which says "I shape everything and I'm in control of everything".