0808 | The Science of Creating High Performance Companies with Paul Zak

0808 | The Science of Creating High Performance Companies with Paul Zak

Paul Zak is the founding Director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies and Professor of Economics, Psychology and Management at Claremont Graduate University. Pauls’s two decades of research have taken him from the Pentagon to Fortune 50 boardrooms to the rain forest of Papua New Guinea.  All this in a quest to understand the neuroscience of human connection, human happiness, and effective teamwork. His academic lab and companies he has started develop and deploy neuroscience technologies to solve real problems faced by real people. His latest book, Trust Factor, uses neuroscience to measure and manage organizational cultures to inspire teamwork and accelerate business outcomes. In this interview, we discuss the key role trust building plays in enhances performance.

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In This episode, You’ll Learn:

  • How Trust Shapes Company Culture
  • How Oxytocin affects productivity
  • What is “Inclusive Listening” and Why is it Important?

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