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Shine: Using Brain Science to Get the Best from Your People

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 16, 2013

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    Sat next to her mate and licked his muzzle. (I think we should go back to bell and shadow.

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  • Posted December 22, 2011

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    Psychiatrist Edward M. Hallowell starts by offering new information about human cognition and moves into explaining how to manage people better based on systematically applying fresh findings in neuroscience. He also confirms or debunks some earlier concepts about cognition. Hallowell goes on to suggest a solid, five-step, scientifically grounded ¿Cycle of Excellence¿ that managers can use to improve performance and productivity. The advice is clear and cumulative: find the right job fit, build connection, foster play, commit to work and reward excellence. getAbstract recommends his perceptive advice to those who are interested in the science behind human motivation, including human resource officers and managers seeking to bring out the very best in their employees, allowing them to ¿shine¿ in their everyday work.

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