Date(s) - 13 Nov 2020 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
On-Line Meeting (click for address & map
For more detail contact:
Rosie Barfoot on 01305 261540 or email here
This free virtual workshop looks at how neuroscience can play a part in helping us cope with our everyday lives. It’s on Friday 13th, which for some can evoke superstitious thoughts or cause alarm bells to ring. Here is just one example of how we may set up neurological pathways that impact on us. As neuroscientists explore and map the way our brains work, we can utilise this information to find a way to understand and change our behaviours, as well as take better care of our mental wellbeing. In turn, this can also lead to better leadership.
Neuroleadership is a new field of study to improve the quality of leaders and their development by drawing on this latest brain research. The field is based on the neuroscience of four leadership activities: how leaders make decisions and solve problems, regulate their emotions, collaborate with others and facilitate change.
Imagine what it feels like when you interact with someone who can achieve all of the following.
- Raises your sense of status by noticing something good about you.
- Increases certainty by providing clear expectations.
- Gives you autonomy by letting you make decisions.
- Connects with you at a human level for improved trust and relatedness.
- Treats you fairly.
You are likely to feel calmer, happier, more confident, more connected, and smarter. What if you could do that for your relationships, whether at work or home?
The practical and participative workshop will create an awareness of what neuroscience is revealing about the enormity of our brain power. As a result, you will be able to design actions for better communication, leadership and wellbeing.
If you wish to learn more about this highly relevant topic, join our Zoom meeting on Friday November 13th , 2020 09:00 am GMT. You can register by clicking here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing joining information.
To check availability and secure your place contact:
Ken Barfoot on 01305 261540 or email here