The Neurobiology

Posted May 28th, 2019 by Suzy

Escape is not usually possible in the company and fighting will encounter in a conflict situation not always enthusiasm. The inner retreat is then often only as a way out. This emergency reaction is fatal for, companies: the Dataprozessing is through the distribution of Kortisolen and norepinephrine switched off to remain motionless as possible. Then, people lose access to their resources. The efficiency decreases rapidly. The Neurobiology of power: Why seduced us power to a behavior that may harm us? Problems caused by power not only on the side of employees.

Also for Executives even power can”be poison. Is leadership always a certain degree of power, why not use this then? A look at the neuro-biological interrelationships of human behavior helps to answer this question. The man has a dominance detection tool as standard equipment from the factory. The neurotransmitter serotonin plays a central role. This neurotransmitter can be already in very simple organisms, and is responsible for these to move toward a goal or just low serotonin concentration, to inhibit movement. In primates, serotonin also has a whole range of other functions. A high concentration of serotonin increases self-confidence, dampens destructive aggression, makes a relaxed and leads to bestimmterem appearance.

That’s the good news. The less good news: Serotonin causes also that people in their environment are much less aware of and that they will be much untrammeled. In the context of the workplace, this can cause that managers behave ruthlessly and the needs of their Losing employees out of sight. Serotonin seems to move amongst the already selective perception of the people on the people and factors that are also available with power. That makes sense, because the ability to carry out selective means that organisms focus on the relevant information. People in positions of power to move their perception of reality in a manner, which would have been useful for our ancestors.

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