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JD Pincus – Replay – Embracing Your Agile Brain

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Show Topic:

Your employees bring their emotions to work every day. What’s going on at home, the dynamics of their teams, relationships with their managers, and their health and the health of the work culture.

In this episode, host CMA’s David Ciullo discusses with Chief Innovation Officer and new Author, JD Pincus, his first book: The Emotionally Agile Brain; Mastering the 12 Emotional Needs That Drive Us.

The book builds on the AgileBrain assessment which works to support employee positive change and taps into the power of emotional insight to drive positive personal growth, improved team dynamics, healthier cultures, and deeper business insights.

About The Guest:

J.D. Pincus, Ph.D. is a social psychologist and human capital thought leader focusing on emerging methods for measuring emotion and motivation, and a Fellow of the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

His AgileBrain measurement technique is a peer-reviewed, published, and validated image-based assessment that cuts through noise and posturing to reveal the actual motivational-emotional state of the workforce. His new book, The Emotionally Agile Brain: Mastering the 12 Emotional Needs that Drive Us, will be published in 2024 by Rowman and Littlefield.