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Sleep Deprivation and Leadership

Bovo Tighe Leadership Sleep Deprivation Cognitive flexibility is particularly affected by sleep deprivation, much more so than most other cognitive processes involved in decision-making. Why is that critical? Because cognitive flexibility is considered a key executive function. Thinking and acting well in a crisis, for instance. So, get more sleep.

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Favoritism is Corrosive to Workplace Morale – Change that Lazy Habit!

Leadership habits favoritism bad habit, kids soccer team celebrating Favoritism as a leadership habit corrodes employee morale and reduces engagement. How to eliminate this bad habit? Fours steps to take.

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