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The Neuroscience of Building High Performance Teams - Peter Burow

The Neuroscience of Building High Performance Teams

By: Peter Burow

Paperback | 1 October 2010

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NeuroPower is a paradigm-changing system based on the brain and its influence on behaviour, which has been developed by behavioural strategist and author Peter Burow.

The system takes neuroscientific, behavioural and psychological perspectives and brings them together in an insightful and practical way to provide an understanding of why people behave as they do.
The insight enables teams to maximise engagement, drive agility, achieve alignment and deliver outstanding performance.

In this book, Peter Burow explains how the RELISH methodology (Relatedness, Expression, Leading the Pack, Interpersonal Connection, Seeing the Facts, Hope for the Future), based on six ground-breaking insights from social cognitive neuroscience, can be applied to help you boost your personal and team performance.

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