Every day, I train and coach managers, professionals and management teams to become efficient leaders. This implies that leadership is something you can learn. Many people believe that leadership is innate, that it cannot be learned. In this article, I will explain why and how scientifically sound leadership can be learned. Nature and nurture We…

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Why is it that we don’t live healthily while we know perfectly well what a healthy lifestyle is? Why do we let disappointment guide us, when we know it’s better to let this emotion settle down first? Why don’t we do what we know is right? Why is it so difficult to stick to good…

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In personal development, the shaping of new behaviour occurs in two steps. First, it is planned in your head and then it is (physically) shaped. This concept is crucial in neuro leadership. With neuro leadership, you can develop new behaviour through visualisation. In this weeks’ blog, I will present  you with the building blocks. The…

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We all know that leadership is mainly about leading yourself. Leading yourself can also imply that you wish to change in certain areas. You are used to doing something in one particular way but you feel   you can do it better, more efficiently in a different way. This triggers something in your brain. What you…

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The issue of leadership and trust is broadly discussed and written about, which may be proof that there is a real problem. Apparently, there is a general awareness of the lack of trust between either MT and executives, Boards and management, or between team members. Despite this awareness we don’t seem to know how to…

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