Do brains of managers with different leadership styles function differently in making rational …

A research project by the Center of Public Policy and Leadership (CPPL), United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) has put understanding of rationality of managerial decisions on the verge of a new era. An international research team; consists of a research team at UAEU and University of Toledo (UT), USA; is investigating whether brains of managers possessing different leadership styles function differently in making rational managerial and financial decisions. This research project is a forefront of adopting neuroscience technologies in business research. Decision-making rationality is bounded by managers’ cognitive capabilities. Neuroscience indicates that human brains are able to deploy processes of emotional stimuli to make rational decisions. Empirical evidence, from previous studies, show that human brain activation, in specific brain regions, correlates to the disclosure of information; and that brain emotion…


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