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Brain circuits

Exercises to help you work better with other people

IbyIMD+Published 29 December 2021 in Brain circuits • 2 min read

It’s not hard to identify when things need to change within your business, when sales drop, or morale is off kilter, or production is hitting lows. What is not so readily apparent is the underlying causes of these problems. Often, the problem starts with you. As a leader, you need to be able to reflect on yourself and see if you are causing part of the problem. Here are several scenarios to consider.

Your “person effect”

Do you ever wonder why people are responding or not responding to you as a leader? If you think it may have to do with you, you are probably right. There is something called “the person effect”, which is the unique impact, positive or negative, a person has in coming across and connecting with others. It includes the leader’s state of being, their words, and their physiology. Reading this will help you understand the effect you are having…

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