NeuroLeadership

NeuroLeadership is an emerging field of study focused on bringing scientific knowledge into the areas of leadership development, management training, change management, education, consulting, and coaching. The term NeuroLeadership was first coined by David Rock in 2010 in the US publication Strategy+Business. This collection of seminars allows the participants to gain knowledge and effective and practical tools, as well as the edge to influence, lead, and transform any team or organization.

Changing the Learning Curve with a Spirit of Excellence Series

Key competency: Excellence in Applying NeuroLeadership

 

-Seminar 1: Leadership Brain

 

-Seminar 2: Change or Die: Change Management with the Brain in Mind

-Seminar 3: Learning Efficacy Achievement Protocol (L.E.A.P.): Enhancing Performance Via Increased Learning Capacity

-Achieving High-Performance: A Coaching Program for Holistic Success

 

Seminar 1: Leadership Brain

This session gives an understanding of the brain's structure and function and provides a look at the relationship between the brain and memory, learning, and emotions. It offers a comprehensive overview of the fascinating study of the human brain. Drawing concrete connections between the growing scientific knowledge of the brain and leadership, users will learn skills to assess their strengths and weaknesses as leaders, adopt a style of leadership that suits their characteristics, determine the learning styles of individual employees, and conduct training sessions that can change mindsets. The workshop will provide practical, hands-on guidance for applying the information to create more-effective leaders, and it positions current and aspiring leaders to be at the very top of their “leadership game.”

 

Seminar 2: Change or Die:

Change Management with the Brain in Mind

All successful leadership comes down to this: changing people's behavior. Change is necessary to sustain organizational growth and innovation and to gain a strategic advantage. So, why is it so hard to change? Methods to initiate change that work in one scenario can fail miserably in another. This interactive and dynamic seminar offers the following:

-New scientific evidence concerning change

-The myths about the stages of change

-Practical steps to initiate and maintain change and embrace transition

-Insight on how others process information and respond to change

-A new look into leadership and change management

 

Seminar 3: Learning Efficacy Achievement Protocol (L.E.A.P.):

Enhancing Performance Via Increased Learning Capacity

Being adaptable in a flat world, knowing how to “learn how to learn,” will be one of the most important assets any worker can have . . . — Thomas Friedman Author of The World is Flat

Learning Efficacy Achievement Protocol (L.E.A.P.)

is a results-driven and thought-provoking scientific learning approach. This seminar is designed for innovative corporate professionals seeking greater success. Participants will be exposed to the latest strategies in accelerated learning to gain increased learning capacity and to enhance work performance.

 

In short, you can LEAP into your next promotion by turning the elusive “learning curve” into a decisive competitive advantage. This knowledge helps people learn, retain, and apply principles to past, present, and future learning opportunities.

 

 

 

Achieving High-Performance: A Coaching Program for Hollistic Success

Today, the survival of many individuals within businesses and organizations will depend upon their ability to adapt to rapid, ongoing change. At times, survival during these changes may seem nearly impossible, let alone sustaining current or increasing levels of confidence or feelings of empowerment. Our high-performance coaching program combines innovative curriculum and one-on-one coaching. This gives participants the opportunity to practice and gain constructive feedback — two critical factors in the successful transfer of skills post-training. A study in the private sector found that training alone increased productivity by 22.4%, whereas training and follow-up coaching increased productivity by 88%.

 

Benefits of the orginizations:

-Fostering a culture of learning and development tools for technical information

 

-Increasing productive use of time and focus by outsourcing coaching needs

-Increase retention of high-performing employees - the employee of choice

-Increase team effectiveness via more effective leaders

-Enhancing employee loyalty - valued employees are high performers

-Supporting new leaders - the newely-promoted

-Increasing morale and improving interpersonal skills

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