Contemporary research in neuroscience provides new insights into the deeply social nature of the human brain and its importance for how we get things done at work. The emerging practice of NeuroLeadership (a term coined by Dr. David Rock) incorporates the most recent findings from neuroscience research with the latest in leadership theory.
This workshop will explore the brain science of social interactions, why they matter so much and why change is often so difficult. The SCARF brain-based model for collaborating with and influencing others will be introduced. We’ll look at how our brains respond when we interact with other people and how this knowledge can be applied to boost performance.
Key outcomes will be to improve everyday coaching conversations and to learn to strategically apply science to human performance.