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Exhaustion, Energy and Excellence—The Male/Female Differences

  • Kate LanzEmail author
  • Paul Brown
Chapter
Part of the The Neuroscience of Business book series (TNoB)

Abstract

Human beings are remarkable sources of sustainable energy. The conditions under which exhaustion (burn-out) occurs are explored, in contra-distinction to the circumstances in which energy is productively released and focused. Again, the brain sex differences are central to creating optimal organisational outcomes.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BedfordUK
  2. 2.VientianeLaos

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