Swart has authored or co-authored over 20 articles in journals of neuroscience and coaching. She speaks globally on the brain in business at international conferences, corporations and at top business schools including Oxford, Stanford and MIT.
She holds a BsC in Biomedical Science and PhD in Neuropharmacology from Kings College London, and a BM BcH in Medicine from Oxford University.
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Most executives would agree that they could benefit from a sharper, more agile mind, but how realistic is that goal? MIT Sloan's Tara Swart advises.
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It is widely accepted now that we humans do nothing – nothing at all, from breathing, to thinking to acting – without neurochemical activity creating those things.
Dr. Tara Swart discusses how neuroscience can be applied to leadership and be used by managers today.
Lessons from neuroscience can have a profound effect on the way we manage ourselves and others. Dr. Tara Swart, an MIT Sloan Faculty and CEO of The Unlimited Mind, explains: "Although psychology...
Neuroscience for Leadership
Are Leaders Born or Made?
Dr. Tara Swart is at the forefront of the application of neuroscience in business. In this podcast, she discusses the importance of neuroscience in business today, how it can benefit companies, and its application in developing the current and next generation of leaders.
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