Our bonus guest is a neuroscientist and pioneer in the field of NeuroLeadership. She trained at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research and is a McKinsey consultant; she delivers brain-based leadership programs to Fortune 500 executives and organisations around the globe to transform how they think, innovate, and navigate change.
Her book “The Leading Brain: Neuroscience Hacks to Work Smarter, Better, Happier” has been translated into several languages and received many awards and that book was the focus of episode 86 of the Innovation show.
Neuroscientist and author Friederike Fabritius shares how fear makes us think less effectively and changes both our physiology and our neurochemistry.
- The Neuroscience of Fear
- The Neurochemistry of fear
- How our thinking is less effective
- How the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting us
- Concerns for the post Covid-19 world
More about Friederike https://www.fabulous-brain.com/