Presents his study of the personality profiles of over a thousand managers at all levels based on neuropsychology and cognitive psychology. Notes that no single cognitive style emerged as best for executive management and considers the implications for executive development. Concludes that executives can continue to grow without leaving behind the personality strengths they already have but recognising these strengths actually facilitate the process of development.
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