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The SCARF Model and Neuroleadership


  The SCARF model and the concept of neuroleadership were both devised for the purposes of team management. They’re supported by evidence from the fields of neuroscience and social psychology. Their objective is to consolidate leadership. The idea is that groups perform better thanks to the optimization of the functioning of the nervous system. It was Dr. David Rock, founder of the Neuro-Leadership Institute who coined the term neuroleadership and proposed the SCARF model. He described them in an article entitled, The Neuroscience of Leadership. Since then, this perspective that unites neuroscience, leadership, and productivity has been developed further. In…

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Chantal Maille
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