MASTERMINDS – NEUROLEADERSHIP MASTERCLASSES
Neuroscience is the study of how the nervous system—and brain—works. New advances in the field of neuroscience help us unravel the physiology of leadership effectiveness. Enter NeuroLeadership.
NeuroLeadership focuses on applying neuroscience to leadership development, management training, change management education and consulting and coaching and delivers examples of how applying NeuroLeadership can quickly improve leadership practices, change management, innovation and creativity, productivity and employee engagement.
The great news is that NeuroLeadership can be learned: Our unique series of Brain Bites HIT (High Impact Training) sessions provides leaders and managers with practical, effective, knowledge and action planning based on neuroscience, explained in an accessible way and delivered in sets based on NeuroLeadership competency and capabilities.
Brain Bites focus on the specific interventions that leaders and managers need, to think creatively, take good decisions, improve their performance and resilience, deal with complexity, incentivise, and innovate. NeuroLearners are supported with a series of coaching & mentoring HIT TIP activities and team brain hacks so that everyone can become self-determining in charge of their emotions and outcomes.
There are a whole series of Brain bite sessions which build competency and capability for Leaders and Managers who want to update their leadership styles and behaviours to achieve the best for themselves, their teams and their organisation. We will put a series of Brain Bites together for you that deal with the critical issues and develops NeuroLeadership for team excellence. Delivered in High Impact Training sessions – these sessions are fast, furious and fun and will leave your attendees ‘genned- up’, energised and inspired!
NB: NeuroLeadership a term coined by David Rock, CEO The NeuroLeadership Institute.
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