In episode 83, Coffey talks with Dr. Jason Jones about what behavioral neuroscience teaches us about leadership.

They discuss the role and definition of an organizational psychologist; what leaders need to understand about behavioral neuroscience; the three key areas of the brain for decision-making and thought processing relevant in the workplace; three behavioral principles for leaders to practice daily; the importance of the three c’s to build connection; coaching from a brain science perspective; effective ways to approach constructive feedback; the correlation between quiet quitting and the new generations perception of work; and why we should  consider values and motives to identify leaders.

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Dr. Jason Jones.

Dr. Jason Jones

Dr. Jason Jones equips leaders to energize, engage, and activate the best in themselves and their people. He is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, two-time best-selling author, and executive coach.

Utilizing the latest in neuroscience research and gleaning from more than 100 years of motivation theory, Jason teaches leaders how to apply these proven principles to become more influential and persuasive.

Dr. Jones is the founder and CEO of LeaderPath, a company dedicated to sharing evidence-based methods for enhancing performance in the workplace. He has been featured by Inc. Magazine, CBS, ABC, FOX, and PBS. His client list includes some of the world’s most recognized brands, including IBM, American Airlines, Porsche, OpenText, Boeing, AT&T, McKesson, Seagate Technology, and Ericsson to name just a few.

He is the author of the two books, “Activator: Using Brain Science to Boost Motivation, Deepen Engagement, and Supercharge Performance” and “28 Days to a Motivated Team.” In his last corporate leadership role, Jason led executive education at AT&T where his team was responsible for developing more than 6000 leaders around the world and his team contributed to AT&T being awarded the #1 Learning Company in America by Chief Learning Office Magazine.

On a personal note, Jason enjoys playing mediocre golf, working on cars with his teenage sons, and cooking with his daughter. He and his family reside in Dallas, Texas.

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  1. Ronda Stutts

    I really enjoyed this episode and learning about the 3 c’s


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