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22 - 23 Jun 2021

The Neuroscience of Leadership

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09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
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100 - 500
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Jun 2021
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We all have good days and bad days at work – neuroscience helps us to understand what makes the difference. For the organisation, leader and .. Read more employee, it provides a ‘win-win’: it brings to light what enables us to perform at our best while at the same time supporting mental and emotional well-being at work. It is also relatively easy to apply as neuroscience does not require a revolution in how we work: it provides a new lens through which to look at people and understand their behaviour and motivation. It enables us to work effectively: by understanding our brains, we can work with the physiology, not fight it. During the day, we will explore why our brains find organisational change difficult and more importantly, we will explore what leaders can do to create an environment where employees can work at their best. This masterclass will focus on: • The latest insights from neuroscience and behavioural science • The basics we all need to know about our brains to get the best out of them • Understanding the impact of change and uncertainty on our ability to focus • The small actions that make a big difference to our brains • Our social brains (and why Maslow got it wrong) • Building resilience in ourselves and our teams so that we can perform at our best • Providing practical tools to help leaders maintain their own and their team’s performance.

Osvaldo León Bravo

Osvaldo León Bravo

Neuroscientist at Laboratory for the Study and Training of the brain

San Jose de las Lajas, Cuba
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