Central Bank jumps on brain train in bid to boost performance

When he took charge of the Central Bank, governor Philip Lane promised to “create a modern, progressive” organisation. Four months later, he appears to be as good as his word, with the bank turning to “the latest thinking” in neuroscience to improve the performance of its senior staff. On Wednesday, the bank put out a public tender notice asking for specialist training companies to help it provide “Physical Intelligence for Leaders for the Central Bank of Ireland”. “Latest research in the area of neuroscience shows it is possible to actively manage your physiology to achieve a differentiated level of performance,” the notice reads. “It is our intention to introduce a leadership programme that incorporates the latest thinking in the areas of neuroscience and the management of physiology with best practice…


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