Dr David Rock is the Director of the NeuroLeadership Institute and has written several books, including Your Brain at Work, Quiet Leadership, and Coaching with the Brain in Mind. He blogs for several organizations including The Harvard Business Review and Fortune.
Dr. Rock grew up in Australia and had a driving curiosity to figure out how things work, and we're thankful that he turned that drive towards how the brain works in the context of human relationships and leadership. This episode dives into why repressing emotions is simply a bad strategy, and this science underpins the movement that is happening today in which men are opening up instead of shutting down.
You can find out more about Dr. Rock at davidrock.net and find his books on Amazon or other major booksellers.