Issue 81 - 03 | Shine: Brain Science, Practical Psychology, Ancient Wisdom and the Cycle of Excellence

By Edward M. Hallowell, MD
Published April 6, 2011 10:00 a.m.
“How do we draw the best out of people when so many of the rules and practices in life have changed? How in today’s new world can people reach their best at their best, given the speed of life and the torrent of information and obligation? Is there a coherent, evidence-based plan that every person can use to bring the best out of themselves or the people they manage? With the help of Dr. Shine, I offer a theory here of how to do just that. It includes 5 steps. I call it the Cycle of Excellence.”

About Edward M. Hallowell, MD | Edward M. Hallowell, MD, a psychiatrist, served as an instructor at Harvard Medical School for twenty years and is the director of the Hallowell Centers in New York City and Sadbury, Massachussets. He has written two popular Harvard Business Review articles and authored eighteen books, including the national besteseller Driven to Distraction, which have sold millions of copies. He lives in the Boston area with his wife and three children.
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