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  • Good leaders alter followers' brainwaves
  • Good leaders alter followers' brainwaves
    TEDx RyersonU (2014) ©
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Good leaders alter followers' brainwaves

How do you define a leader? How does listening to a friend differ to listening to someone you look up to? For neuroscientists, it’s physical. When a leader-follower relationship is successfully established, the two parties actually mirror each other’s brainwaves.

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