Three ways to think deeply at work
Tuesday, October 2, 2012/
David Rock, co-founder of the Neuroleadership Institute, has identified three particularly promising techniques, backed up by research, than can help you think more deeply.
He explains why distracting yourself is a good tactic when a crucial decisions needs to be made.
See the findings at HBR Blog Network.
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