Trust, Neuroscience, and Embracing Our Weirdness at Work (with Paul J. Zak)

Future Work by Daan van Rossum

Episode notes

This week I’m speaking with Paul J. Zak, a neuroscientist and economics professor whose work focuses on human connection, human happiness, and effective teamwork.

Paul is a 5 time TED speaker, is in the top 0.3% of the most cited scientists, has given talks in 30 countries, and wrote the 2017 HBR classic “The Neuroscience of Trust.”

Paul shares insights from his extensive research on how trust influences productivity, innovation, and well-being in the workplace, providing a roadmap to foster a culture of trust and empowerment. All that, and the importance of embracing weirdness.

Here are a few takeaways to apply as a leader:

1. Embrace the Weird ... 

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