The neuroscience of leadership. (2006)
"It is now clear that human behavior in the workplace doesn't work the way many executives think it does. That in turn helps explain why many leadership efforts and organizational...
Written by: Rock, David & Schwartz, Jeffrey.Read more
Implicit power motivation moderates men’s testosterone responses to imagined and real dominance success. (1999)
"Individuals high only in p Power had elevated testosterone after imagining a success in a subsequent dominance contest. They continued to have high testosterone levels after actually winning, but not...
Written by: Schultheiss, Campbell, McClelland.Read more
Beware the Hubris-Nemesis complex – a concept for leadership analysis
"... introduces the concept of the hubris-nemesis complex .. relatively common, but often unappreciated, and seen in early 1990’s figures such as Fidel Castro, Saddam Hussein, and Slobodan Milosevic David Ronfeldt...
Written by: Ronfeldt, David.Read more