• Why managers need to recognize brain sex
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In these days of pandemic, every business needs to get the most out of its greatest asset: it’s employees.
But in many businesses, half or more of that potential is going unused or is mis-used.
That’s because women are being asked to think like certain types of men, to compete like men, solve problems like men, and communicate like men -- even though their brains are fundamentally and structurally different, says neuropsychologist and corporate coach Kate Lanz, founder and CEO of Mindbridge, a UK-based global leadership company.
“You can’t ignore gender,” says Ms. Lanz. “There are differences between men’s and women’s brains that play out in the workplace. Understanding brain sex difference is actually a ‘secret sauce’ of performance.”
Kate Lanz delves into the differences and what managers should do to tap this often-unrecognized asset in this CVBT Audio Interview Podcast (via Skype). Please click here to listen or to download the audio file:
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