For complex multinational organizations, government, cutting-edge economists, pioneering leaders and even federal regulators around the world, the penny has finally dropped: people are not rational, and the delivery of mission-critical tasks rarely follows an organizational chart or a neat project plan.
In the last five years, behavioral economics and neuroscience have been fundamentally changing what we know about how the brain works, how people make decisions and how leaders can most effectively create environments that foster creativity, meaning and engagement. This body of knowledge is helping leaders redefine their organizations, make powerful adjustments to their leadership style and get things done in seemingly impossible environments.
The NeuroPower Leadership Intensive is designed to equip leaders with the ability to leverage from behavioral economics and neuroscience insights through practical frameworks, tools and methodologies.
What is it to be human?
And what kinds of decisions do humans make better than algorithms?
Algorithms can learn, apply complicated frameworks and sift through vast amounts of data.
But what about complex situations where there is no obvious precedent or apparent logic for finding the answer? Can an algorithm make decisions that inspire, resolve moral conundrums and create a new future? And can it decide on a path forward that fills people with a sense of optimism for the future and commitment in the present?
No, they can’t. But humans can. In fact, this is the essence – and best – of humanity.