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  2. 2. WHO IS NEURO-LINK Neuro-Link offers brain-based learning andOUR CORE development solutions to businesses andPURPOSE: corporates. We are workplace learning specialists empowering all people with skills to out-think, out- “We learn, out-create and out-perform their competition. Develop Neuro-Link assists people in developing their unique potential, helping them become more of People” who they could be. Neuro-Link specialises in utilising brain-based learning and development to : • identify people’s unique potential, • enhance emotional intelligence, • increase performance, • accelerate learning, • develop value-driven leadership, • maintain mental wellness,OUR CORE • manage diversity. VALUES: •People SPECIALISED FIELD : BRAIN-BASED •Truth LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT•Excellence Neuro-Link specialises in a people development technology called brain-based learning and development. This unique field grew from the need for mental literacy in the Millennium of the Mind and the Century of the Brain. It applies relevant information and research on how the brain ©2008 functions and to developing people.
  3. 3. 1. UNIQUE BRAIN-BASED ASSESSMENTS Neuro-Link offers the following brain-based Benefits of assessments to develop people: this profile: • Accurate identification of people’s potential 1.1 LEARNING RECEPTIVENESS • Accurate PROFILE (LRPTM) ADVANCED understanding of people’s uniqueness Brain Profile 1 Brain Profile 2 Brain Profile 3 Brain Profile 4 • Great team & EI & Left Right neuroleadership Front Back GESTALT development tool LOGICAL • Clarity on appropriate further development actions Brain Fitness Lateral Dominance Expressive / Receptive Quadrant Preference • Identification of Brain Profile 5 Brain Profile 6 Brain Profile 7 Brain Profile 8 neurological BQ IQ hindrances Top Kinesthetic Listen Touch Sounds • Indicates levels of Kinesthetic Movement Experiences Action oriented Auditory Music Words Language LOGICAL learning receptivity Gestures Visual Visual Colour Pictures Diagrams Look Read • Powerful tool to Bottom SQ EQ develop learning Rational / Emotional Genetic Brain and Sensory 11 Intelligence abilities of people Preference Sensory Dominance Learning Preference Preferences Brain Profile 9 Profile - Stress How to Develop? The question today is not to ask : “Am I smart or am I dumb”? The question to ask is: “How am I smart?” Brain-Based Suggestions for ©2008 Nutritional Habits Coping with Stress Further DevelopmentThe Learning Receptiveness Profile TM (LRP) indicates a person’s neurological wiring.In this profile of a person’s unique brain preferences and its various regions, we havesimplified neuro-science to avoid being too technical, but we have also been consciousnot to over-simplify, because the brain is a web-like structure of neurons which formcomplex assemblies of brain cells which make up a person’s brain regions. This brainprofile is a practical instrument to discover how uniquely people process information,how skilled they are at learning, which strengths and preferences they have whenlearning or thinking and it indicates areas for future development. The LRP TM providesfeedback on eight brain profiles, eleven intelligence types and to what extent stressand diet may limit a person’s mental performance.
  4. 4. 1.2 THE 12 EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE WHO IS NEURO-LINK COMPETENCIES PROFILE The 12 Emotional Intelligence Competencies profile is a simple tool to determine how skilled a person is in terms of emotional intelligence. This profile also offers suggestions on how emotional intelligence can be developed further. It is an excellent tool for people to identify how they can develop themselves further and enhance their success factors as professionals and in their personal lives. It assesses the following 12 Emotional Intelligence Competencies : Negative Need to Needs Competent Area of Intrapersonal Competencies: Impact Develop Refinemen Excellence t .Emotional Self-Awareness .Accurate Self-Assessment .Self-Confidence .Self-Control .Adaptability .Self-Motivation Negative Need to Needs Competent Area of Interpersonal Competencies: Impact Develop Refinemen Excellence t .Empathy .Service Orientation .Organizational Awareness .Interpersonal Communication .Team Functioning .Servant Leadership Benefits of this Profile - Understanding of the competencies necessary to be well, happy and successful in life and work. - A blue-print to develop the intrapersonal and interpersonal competencies that determines a person’s success and effectiveness in life.©2008
  5. 5. 2. BRAIN-BASED DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES Neuro-Link offers the following brain-based learning and development processes; HIGH PERFORMER Results of this DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM program: An Organisational Neuro-Link’s Emotional Intelligence program is called “High Performer”.The purpose of this brain-based emotionalClimate Assessment intelligence development program is to empower workerswas done at Zincor with intrapersonal and interpersonal skills to enhance their after Neuro-Link’s personal impact and create team effectiveness.HIGH PERFORMER program . The High Performer program consists of the following Zincor hoped to modules: achieve a 3% Module 1: Mental Literacy Module 3: Mind Power improvement with this intervention. •Understand the 12 Emotional •How your brain works. Intelligence competencies, An 8% result was •A brain-based tool to re- vital for success in life. pattern the brain, change achieved! •Discover your unique neurological behavior and practice wiring - 8 brain profiles, 11 personal mastery intelligence preferences and how •7 Brain basic principles for food and stress impact the brain’s increased performance performance. •Use the whole brain more Duration - 1 day effectively by learning brain integration techniques, Module 2: Formulate Your Purpose becoming more brain fit and integrated. •Differences between purpose, vision, mission, meaning and Duration - 1 day passion •Characteristics of on-purpose people “The sign of intelligent •Formulate purpose. Create vision. people is their ability to Formulate mission. •8 Mindsets that prevent people control emotions by the ©2008 from being on-purpose application of reason.” •Truths in a life guided by purpose. - Marya Mannes Duration - 1 day
  6. 6. Module 4: Cope with Change, Module 7: Interpersonal Manage Stress and Maintain Communication Skills Wellness •Characteristics of 4 brain-based •Cope with change communication styles. •The psychological impact of •Communication skills; change •Resolve interpersonal conflict through •Identify stress levels and communication. symptoms •4 types of stress Duration - 1 day •A holistical approach to wellness •3 wellness stereotypes Module 8: Team Cohesion Duration - 1 day •Why teams work. Module 5: Brain-Based •Why teams don’t work Coping Skills •Establishing team valuesImplementation •Develope a high trust culture.Best Practice •Develop 6 strategies to •Suggestions to strengthen social become change resilient. bonds and create social cohesion.1: Executive •Learn 11 brain-based skills Development to cope with stress and Duration - 1 day maintain wellness.2: Senior Management Module 9: Servant Leadership Development Duration – 1 day •Basic principles of servant3: Supervisor leadership. Module 6: Social Awareness Development •10 Characteristics of servant leaders Skills •How to influence others4: Worker •Values driven leadership. Development •Relevance of social awareness •Alignment between personal and to business and society. organisational purpose. •Ingredients of social awareness •Toxicity and detoxifying mindsets. Duration - 1 day2x 4hour modules •Tune into others: Empathyper day every 3 weeks •Suggestions to increase serviceto complete 9 modules orientation. TOTAL = 9 DAYSin 8 training days for 2groups Duration - 1 day Outcomes of this program: •enhanced personal impact in society and the workplace; •enhanced team effectiveness •lead through inspirational example; •accurate self-awareness and understanding; •coping with change, managing stress and maintaining wellness; ©2008 •social-awareness and better understanding of others; •healthy social interactions with others; •strong personal foundations for leadership;
  7. 7. HOLISTIC WELLNESS PROGRAM The purpose of this holistic brain-based wellness program is to empower workers with physical, mental, spiritual and social skills to cope with life’s joys, sorrows and change, while still being able to perform well. It is often integrated as part of the workplace wellness initiatives of companies.Results of this Before workers make use of employee assistance programs program: that their company offers, they have to undergo training inAt Sishen Iron Ore specific wellness modules offered by Neuro-Link. Mine a significant increase in the The modules covered in Neuro-Link’s wellness process tons iron ore that are : was excavated and productivity was Module 1: Work/Life/Sleep Module 3: Physical Wellness experienced after Balance - Brain Foodall first line workers where exposed to • Water • 3 Domains of work-life-sleep • Immune diet Neuro-Link’s balance holistic fatigue • Supplementation • Work-life-sleep balance management inventory Duration - 4 Hours intervention. • Formulate your priorities • Optimise your attitude Module 4: Physical Wellness • Optimise your sleep and - Brain Aerobics alertness patterns • Brain integration activities to switch • Optimise wellbeing at work on your brain • Optimise time for personal • Brain integration activities to switch wellbeing on your senses • Brain fitness exercises Duration - 4 Hours Duration - 4 Hours Module 2: Brain Ergonomics Module 5: Mental Wellness • Visual factors influencing your - Accurate Self-Awareness. mental wellbeing • Auditory factors influencing your • Emotional awareness wellbeing • Understanding your unique • Olfactory factors influencing your neurological wiring wellbeing • 5 Factors influencing your self-esteem • Kinesthetic factors influencing Duration - 4 Hours your wellbeing • Ergonomic factors influencing your wellbeing ©2008 Duration - 4 Hours
  8. 8. Module 6: Mental Wellness Module 9: Spiritual Wellness - Mind Power - Formulate your Purpose • Meta-positive thinking • Create meaning out from life’s • Optimism events • Self-control • Discover your talents, gifts and • Adaptability strengths • Self-efficacy • Formulate your purpose • Resilience • Create vision • Brain repatterning technique • Clarify values and beliefs Duration - 4 Hours Duration - 4 Hours Module 7: Mental Wellness Module 10: Social Wellness - Psychoneuroimmunology - Social Awareness • Mind-body connection • Empathy • Dealing, healing and good • Service orientation feeling • Learning to read othersImplementation • 3 Emotional wellbeing • Detoxifying mindsetsBest Practice stereotypes Duration - 4 Hours • Good feeling activities1: Executive Duration - 4 Hours Module 11: Social Wellness Development - Social Cohesion2: Senior Module 8 : Mental Wellness Management - Neurobics • Develop support Development • Strengthen relationships • Relaxation techniques & • Establish healthy social bonds activities with others3: Supervisor • Mind aerobics Development • Senseaerobics Duration - 4 Hours • Humorobics4: Worker • Neurobics Module 12: Social Wellness Development • Mneurobics - Conflict Resolution Duration - 4 Hours • Interpersonal communication styles2 x 4 hour workshops • Interpersonal communicationevery 3 weeks to skillscomplete 12 modules • Resolve interpersonal conflictin 12 training days for Duration - 4 Hours2 groups Outcomes of this program: •personal wellbeing during change •maintain work/life/sleep balance •cope with serious illness, manage stress and maintain wellness •accurate self-awareness and understanding •increased mental performance ©2008 •social awareness and better understanding of others •healthy social interactions with others.
  9. 9. DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM The purpose of this unique program is to illustrate that cultural differences and mindsets formed during early childhood programming can give rise to stereotypes and discrimination“There were never that cause hostility, conflict and low productivity. It also creates in the world two a platform where issues of diversity can be raised, discussed and actioned. opinions alike, no more than Our point of departure is to assess course participants’ unique two hairs or brain dominance profiles and how this affects their behavioural two grains; styles. It celebrates how each person is unique, how we need the most to rely on each other’s uniqueness and how this creates universal quality synergy between people. Synergy results in unity, that is diversity.” enhances team spirit and group identity, and creates an environment that is conducive for cross-cultural synergy in- Michel Eyquem order to form strong social bonds with others. The modules covered in Neuro-Link’s diversity program are: Module 1: Diversity in the Module 2: A Brain-Based Perspective South African Context on Celebrating Diversity •The South African context •Creating tolerance and acceptance •Understanding diversity, gender, •Developing insight and self-knowledge race, age, education, experience about inter-cultural competence and HIV / AIDS •Working with a diverse workforce •How different worldviews impact •Understanding the relationship between work behaviour equity, diversity and affirmative action •The challenges of cultural •Understand the range of cultural diversity behaviours and expectations •Empowered and empowering interactions Duration - 1 day •The essence of diversity: brain- based differences. Outcomes: Duration - 1 day *To create a better understanding of diversity Outcomes: *Understand the relationship between equity, diversity, and affirmative action. *Working with a diverse workforce *Understand the range of cultural ©2008 *To create a better understanding behaviours and expectations of diversity *Develop insight and self-knowledge about *Understand the relationship inter-cultural competence between equity, diversity, and *To create an atmosphere of tolerance affirmative action.
  10. 10. Module 3: Detoxifying Module 5: Team Cohesion Mindsets and Skills •Why teams work. •Dealing with change in a diverse •Why teams don’t work. world •Establishing team values. •Understanding how perceptions •Developing high trust. and mindsets are formed •Suggestions to strengthen social •Social awareness and diversity bonds. •4 detoxifying mindsets •Establishing 13 trust behaviours Duration - 1 day •1 Brain-based repatterning tool to change behaviour Outcomes: Duration - 1 day *Examine how values and trust are harnessed for building a diverse team Outcomes: Implementation TOTAL = 5 DAYS Best Practice *Develop insight and self- knowledge about inter-cultural•Diverse group structuring competence (job levels, age, gender, *To provide participants with the PROCESS OF MULTI-CULTURAL culture, race, HIV, skills) fundamental concepts and tools to LEARNING deal with change in the•Diverse facilitating teams organisation Multi-culturation *Examine how values and trust are Selective Adoption•External venue – away harnessed for building a diverse from workplace team Appreciation *Understand the importance of Valuing•Action plans to establish whole brain communication in Acceptance a new business culture conflict resolution Respect•17 delegates per Understanding workshop Module 4: Whole Brain Awareness Communication Skills Ethnocentricity •Characteristics of 4 brain-based communication styles. •Communication skills: - Tune in - Listening skills - Appropriate responses PROFILES OF TRAINERS •Dealing with interpersonal conflict. •Resolving conflict through •Dr Matshepo Matoane (black female) communication. •André Vermeulen (white male) Duration - 1 day •Rinet Griessel (white female) •Ephraim Mahayi (black male) Outcomes: •Sharon Shakung (black female) •Dikeledi Gura (black female) *Understand the importance of •Dr Juri Schoeman (white male) whole brain communication in •Johannes Motshegoa (black male) conflict resolution ©2008
  11. 11. NEURO-SCIENTIFIC LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM The only way that people &organizations will maintain their competitive advantage is to out-think, out-learn & out-create their competition. This makes brain power the number one determiner for success in this millennium. Neuro-Link has a neuro-scientific approach towards developing emotionally intelligent leaders. It is intended on helping individuals & organizations to fulfill their potential through accurate“I was in jail for awareness & understanding of their neurological design and what27 years, but my their unique learning & thinking preferences are. During this program mind was never potential leaders will explore a brain-based approach on how accurate in jail.” awareness of their neurological design can assist them to enhance their thinking, strengthen their ability to influence others, manage- Nelson Mandela themselves more effectively & assist others to successfully cope with change. The modules covered in Neuro-Link’s Emotionally Intelligent Leadership program are: Module 1: Emotionally Module 3: Change Intelligent Leadership Leadership •Leadership in the Millennium of the •Leaders create, support and Mind manage change •Understanding Emotional •Change versus transition Intelligence: •Explaining the human side of -What is Emotional Intelligence“Leadership has change -Emotionally Intelligent Leadershipvery little to do •Leading during change -How emotional intelligence with what influence performance Duration - 1 day you do and is -My Emotional Intelligence Profilefundamentally a -Evaluate my 12 EI competencies -Plan to improve EI competencies in Module 4: Resilient matter of Leadership becoming the future as a point of departure to develop leadership competencies. who you are.” •Develop change resiliency Duration - 1 day leadership characteristics - Napoleon •Develop a change resiliency Module 2: Inspirational strategy Bonaparte Leadership •Psychoneuroimmunology – a brain-based perspective on •8 Leadership characteristics resiliency modeled by Nelson Mandela •Leadership basics Duration - 1 day •Leaders must become the change they want to see - a brain-based perspective on modelling leadership ©2008 behaviour Duration - 1 day
  12. 12. Module 5: Servant Outcomes of this Leadership program: •How to serve others •Being aware of the uniqueness At the end of this leadership and diversity of others development process, •Toxic mindsets that hinder participants will: understanding and constructive interaction with others •be more emotionally •5 Detoxifying mindsets •Learning to read others intelligent leaders •Developing empathy •inspire others through their •Anticipating and recognising other example people’s needs, feelings or •lead during change concerns •model resilient leadership •Producing appropriate responses to meet people’s needs •be more servant leader •How to inspire others orientatedIMPLEMENTATION •How to influence others •be more on-purpose andBEST PRACTICE values driven Duration - 1 day •align personal purpose and1: Executive values with organisational Development Module 6: Purpose Driven Leadership strategies and perspectives2: Senior Management •Distinguishing between purpose, Development vision, mission, values and meaning3: Supervisor •Creating personal purpose, vision, Development values and mission •Hindrances that prevent people4: Worker from discovering their purpose Development •Truths in a life guided by purpose Duration - 1 day1-day workshop every Module 7: Value Driven3 weeks to complete 7 Leadership A CASE FOR VALUESmodules in 7 trainingdays per group •Clarifying organizational purpose, Companies driven by value driven vision, mission and values leaders: •Aligning personal purpose, vision mission and values with - had job creation rates 7x higher organizational strategies and - had stock prices that grew 12x faster perspectives - had profit performance 750x higher •Translate organisational purpose - out-performed their competition by and vision into manageable steps factor of 6 •Communicating, influencing and - out-performed the general stock evangelizing to enroll or enlist market by factor of 15 staff and customers to take corporate ownership than companies who had no shared ©2008 values or adaptive cultures Duration - 1 day TOTAL = 7 DAYS
  13. 13. 3. RESULTSRecent Clients: 1. Tshwane Metro An experimental group empowered with brain integration skills performed 27,7% better than the control group.Sishen Iron Ore Zincor 2. Eskom An experimental group of ABET students showed an immediate Eskom improvement of 35% after three days. Sasol 3. ZincorAuditor General An Organizational Climate Assessment was done at Zincor after Neuro-Link’s High Performer Program. Zincor hoped to achieve Toyota a 3% improvement with this intervention. An 8% result was Dept Justice achieved. Khumani Mine 4. Sishen Iron Ore Course participants at Sishen Iron Ore rated the Neuro-Link High CDT Performer Program. Evaluation was done with the Kirkmax SAA program that rated Neuro-Link’s services as 86%, which means that a commendable performance was achieved Unisa Rand Water 5. National School of Accountancy Intermediate students at the National School of Accountancy Tswane Metro showed an 18% improvement in pass rates after being exposed to the same interventions. Telkom Ascor WHY USE NEURO-LINK’SVolkswagen SA PRODUCTS AND SERVICES? Nedbank * Proudly South African for 19 years * World-class experience Denel * Proven results – Returns on investment in training * Corporate A - list * Empowered – BEE Status: Level 4 ©2008 * SAQA accredited at Services Seta under SETQAA number 029 * Stature, credibility and integrity
  14. 14. 4. SAQA ACCREDITATIONNeuro-Link has received provisional accreditation under decision numberSETQAA 029 for the following programs:1. Managing Stress for Mental Wellness NQF Level 5 Credits: 52. Team Development NQF Level 4 Credits: 63. Coping with Change NQF Level 5 Credits: 34. Diversity NQF Level 5 Credits: 35. Mind Power NQF Level 5 Credits: 56. Quantum Emotional Intelligence NQF Level 5 Credits: 57. Quantum Wellness NQF Level 5 Credits: 48. Change Resilience NQF Level 5 Credits: 109. Interpersonal Communication NQF Level 5 Credits: 810. Whole Brain Learning NQF Level 4 Credits: 4 5. WORKSHOP FACILITATION FEES •Brain profiles per person R 850 •Emotional Intelligence profiles per person R 450 •Rate per person per day (minimum 12 participants) R 1 400 •Corporate outsourcing fee per day (only if 3 or more workshops per year) for a group not bigger than 20 course participants R15 000 Motivational talks (per hour) R 5 000 Specialist consulting fee (per hour) R 1 400©2008 •The above costs exclude VAT, traveling, air fare, accommodation, SAQA evaluation costs, venues, meals and audio-visual aids. PLEASE NOTE : The above cost are only applicable until June 2011
  15. 15. TESTIMONIALS “I expected a course telling me how to reduce stress. I found a way to live a fuller life and to influence others to do the same!” Laurence Greyvenstein Snr Engineer Majuba Power Station EskomINTERNATIONAL “Excellent content, well presented, valuable lessons. The 10 pointers should become part of my life. …Balance, nature, humour, should have the biggest RESULTS IMPACT to start re-forming my mind. I think the testimonies of your life was a lot to motivate people to achieve the same.” William Garnett Bennett Snr Boiler Engineer, Eskom At the 2008 ASTD “I have found this workshop most beneficial. At first I made a statement that I don’t International have any stress and with this workshop, I have come to understand aspects of stress that indirectly affect me. A new outlook to life in terms of social, work and Conference and personal level. Thank you very much. You have done a super job and this Exposition André workshop is great. I encourage many managers to come to this workshop” Pranitha DharampalVermeulen’s session Toyota Durbanevaluation indicated “I think this is one of the best and most valuable courses that has ever happened that he scored at Zincor in my 11 years here. It has helped me to understand myself and the wayhigher than 80% of I am! Thanks.” Charlesthe presenters at the Zincor conference, which “A remarkable course which gives one the insight and knowledge to why changeputs him in the top is necessary to be successful at what you do. It also helps you to build your20% of world class personal relationships at home, and control yourself.“ Linsen Fernandez presenters! Sishen Iron Ore Mine “I found the contents of the manager 2000 workshop highly stimulating in terms of total brain integration. The manner in which the course was conducted showed a positive commitment on the part of NEURO-LINK. I further recommend that this particular training course be made mandatory at TOYOTA.” Mr L Pheiffer Training Manager TOYOTA SA ©2008
  16. 16. “Exceptional content and great ability to get it across in a meaningful, engaging way. Thanks and Well Done!” Debby Walters ASTD Cape Town “An awesome presentation. Extremely well presented. Very interesting topic – thought provoking. Thank you .” Melanie Kiley ASTD Cape Town “This workshop has truly been an out of this world learning experience that I would recommend to my peers. André, you’ve truly been inspirational to me. I truly wantAndré Vermeulen is the to be a better person and with your help I am sure I will achieve just that!developer of all Neuro- Hope we cross paths once again. Prosperity to you and your family.” Ash Ramchuran Link processes, Audi Arcadia, Pretoriaproducts and services. Volkswagen SAHe has been studying “From a cost point of view this course also contributed to a much better return onthe fascinating topic of investment as far as training expenses are concerned. I will highly recommend brain-based learning this course to any person or company and we as a company can be used asand development for 19 reference for any inquiries that you might have.” years. André has Mr SM van Pletsen Human Resources Manager presented papers at SASOL CHEVRON more than 24 UNITED KINGDOM international “Ons is dit eens dat dit die eerste keer in ‘n baie lang tyd is dat ons so gemotiveerd conferences and has van ‘n kursus af weg is. Hoewel ons besef dat daar heelwat voetwerk voorlê voordatconducted workshops ons al die nuwe kennis kan implementeer, kan ons nie wag om die resultate van die in countries like the werk te sien nie.” Mnr. Jan van SchalkwykUSA, England, South- Bestuurder : Opleidingsontwikkeling Africa, Netherlands, Ouditeur-Generaal / Auditor General Namibia, Costa Rica, Mexico etc. His Neuro-Link offers partnering opportunities through a workshops convert licensing system to organisations who want to utilise knowledge about the our intellectual property. Costing depends on the unique development needs of the organisation and how many workersimplications of the brain they have. For more information contactinto practical business tools. Neuro-Link. CONTACT US : TEL : +27 87 943 4446 / 4447 FAX : +27 865 499 561 ©2008 E-MAIL : Website :