In this episode, Aaron Hurst discusses how his business, Imperative, is transforming mentoring and corporate relationships with psychology. His company uses psychology and neuroscience to help people build more meaningful relationships at work.
Tune in to learn how to assess the value you produce, how to foster an environment of meaningful engagement at work, and how to leverage psychology to gain more market share.
About Aaron Hurst:
Aaron Hurst, the visionary CEO of Imperative, leads a psychologically designed peer coaching company, providing invaluable support to business owners and entrepreneurs. As the founder of Taproot Foundation, he created a powerful link between not-for-profit organizations and business executives, offering pro bono work and igniting a transformative movement.
In his book, “The Purpose Economy”, Aaron blends personal memoir with a transformative blueprint. His profound insights illuminate the potential of purpose-driven entrepreneurship, showcasing how businesses, markets, and careers can be reimagined to better serve people and the world. This book serves as an indispensable guide for navigating the evolving landscape of purposeful business and social change.
For a comprehensive book review, check out this page.
Incorporating psychology and neuroscience to build meaningful relationships at work
Combining neuroscience and psychology offers valuable insights and strategies for individuals wanting to create more meaningful relationships at work. By understanding the neural processes involved in social cognition, individuals can develop empathy and sensitivity towards their colleagues’ perspectives, needs, and emotions.
Furthermore, emotional intelligence (psychology), which involves recognizing and understanding emotions, can guide behavior and efficiently handle interactions with others. Also, by understanding how the brain processes communication cues, individuals can improve their communication skills and create a more open and supportive work environment.
Building trust and psychological safety, along with cultivating mindfulness and self-awareness, also contribute to fostering meaningful relationships.
Incorporating these insights from neuroscience and psychology can lead to improved collaboration, teamwork, and overall job satisfaction in the workplace. Take note, you can also use these psychology and neuroscience concepts in other areas of your life.