Introduction. Part I: Leadership Is All in Your Head. Chapter 1: Connecting Brain Science to Leadership Principles. Chapter 2: The Science behind the Brain. Chapter 3: Discovering the Elements of Learning and Memory. Chapter 4: Leaders Are Made, Not Born. Chapter 5: Linking Leadership and the Brain. Part II: Tapping Into the Brain of a Leader. Chapter 6: Becoming the Leader You Want to Be. Chapter 7: Harnessing Multiple Intelligences. Chapter 8: Assessing and Applying Your Emotional Intelligence. Chapter 9: Thinking Your Way to the Top: Decision-Making. Part III: Working with the Brains You Have. Chapter 10: Enabling Your Current Employees to Excel. Chapter 11: Hiring the Best Brain for the Job. Chapter 12: Optimizing Working Conditions. Chapter 13: Understanding Male and Female Brains at Work. Chapter 14: Making Teams Work. Chapter 15: Overcoming the Digital Divide. Part IV: Training and Developing Brains. Chapter 16: No Train, No Gain: Understanding the Value of Training. Chapter 17: Ensuring that Employees Are Fit to Be Trained. Chapter 18: Holding Sticky Training Sessions. Chapter 19: Changing Minds: Training by Redesigning Brains. Chapter 20: Conducting Meetings That Matter. Part V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 21: Debunking Ten Brain Myths. Chapter 22: Ten Tips for Brain-Based Leadership. Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Build a Better Brain. Index.
Marilee Sprenger is an international educational neuroscience consultant and an adjunct professor at Aurora University, where she teaches brain-compatible strategies and memory courses.