The Neurological Signature of a Leader
Published: August 02, 2011 in Knowledge@W.P. Carey
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Researchers at the W. P. Carey School, including management professor David Waldman, are using neuroscience to discover whether there is a neurological signature for effective leadership behavior.

Q & A Audio with David Waldman: (9:32)

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