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April 13, 2016

Cognitive Learning: The Missing Link to Better Leadership

Missing link

But why?  Why is it so difficult to turn this knowledge into action?

I believe most leaders want to be good leaders, but we know desire alone isn’t enough. The piece that is missing for most people is the cognitive understanding of how they think, and how accurate and reliable their thinking actually is. Until a person understands their specific thinking habits; the areas where they are naturally capable of making good value-based decisions, and the areas that lead them to poor decision making, they are being held hostage cognitively by their thinking, or maybe their lack of thinking.

So what makes “good” leader?

Good leaders make good value-based decisions that create the greatest net gain for everyone involved.

It’s really that simple.

When a person learns how to do this consistently, their decisions become solid, indecision disappears, their colleagues feel respected and valued, turnover decreases, performance and profits increase, personal pain points dissolve, and their quality of life, both personally and professionally begin to improve.

The key is developing the ability to make good value-based decisions.  The question is; how can you be sure you are making good value-based decisions? And more importantly, what if you think you already are, but really you’re not?!

Could you be a better leader if you knew exactly how you could increase your capacity to consistently make good value-based decisions, even in the most challenging of situations?

Cognitive learning is the key!

We can actually measure how your thinking is impacting your decisions and actions, show you how your old habits of thinking may be sabotaging you, and teach you using cognitive learning methods – a technique called Neuro-Axiological Remodeling Technology (or NCRT), to maximize your strong, clear and reliable thinking patterns, so making better value-based decisions becomes a natural part of who you are.

Cognitive Learning; linking your thinking to better decision-making will result in both higher performance, and a greatly improved quality to your personal and professional life.

Kristin Clark is a certified Axiogenics Coach, guiding individuals and organizations in leadership development by Linking their Thinking to Create Performance Improvement in their personal and professional lives.  Learn more at: www.YourInsightCoach.com.