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What kind of leader do you aspire to be? Do you want to be the controlling and commanding leader that thrives on your employees following you rather than leading them? If not, Leadership Mindset 2.0: The Psychology and Neuroscience of Reaching your Full Potential by R. Michael Anderson will equip you with tools and techniques to become a better leader who is resilient, focused, motivating, yet empathetic and humble. Anderson incorporates four phases of growth leadership with psychology and neuroscience that will help you as a leader to understand how your brain functions and how it’s wired; how you think and how you can change your mindset; the drive behind the choices you make so that you can easily release any stumbling blocks that are holding you back from reaching your full potential. He also reveals how you can adopt a positive mindset by learning what procrastination and imposter syndrome are and how to overcome them. Anderson shows how to lead others by learning to relate to them while inspiring and motivating them. He also teaches the leader how to think, act, talk, and connect with others strategically.
Leaders will be motivated to work on themselves to become great with R. Michael Anderson’s story. He provides examples of individuals who have made mistakes in life, enabling us to learn from their mistakes and avoid them, thus giving us an upper hand once a similar situation approaches. At the end of each subtopic, some questions helped me think about and evaluate my leadership skills. As a result, I ended up adjusting and rectifying my weak areas. Leadership Mindset 2.0: The Psychology and Neuroscience of Reaching your Full Potential is a guide I recommend to those who want to become better leaders with a positive mindset and work well with others to do their best.