Our understanding of the brain has changed dramatically in the past 20 years. The field of neuroscience is bringing new insights into how our brains work and the opportunity to better understand why and how people behave, make decisions and relate to others. At the same time the demands on leaders and anyone who wants to thrive at work are increasing.

We need to perform, collaborate, innovate and remain agile to navigate complexity and succeed in today’s complex, interconnected workplaces. Neuroscience offers strategies to optimise the brain’s performance and increase people’s capacity to lead themselves and others in fast-changing global environments.

Neuroscience of Leadership equips you with the critical knowledge and skills to harness the brain’s potential and lead yourself and others to success. It explores the science of leadership, personal effectiveness, creativity, relationships and change, enabling you to apply this knowledge to challenges and opportunities you face as a leader.

This training will enable you to:

  • Discover the fundamental mechanisms of the brain that drive people and organisations.
  • Learn how the emotional brain influences thinking, behaviour, performance, decision-making and relationships.
  • Leverage the brain’s reward mechanisms for greater success in leadership and change initiatives.
  • Develop brain-based strategies to increase productivity, collaboration, performance and wellbeing.
  • Strengthen your capacity to adapt to change and build resources to thrive in complex and global business environments.
This program can be delivered as a one-day workshop, two-day program or masterclass. It can be integrated into leadership development or other training, and include personal assessment and 360 degree feedback using the i4 Neuroleader tool.
Executives, leaders, human capital managers and change agents.
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In-house training

Ask us about delivering this training in your organisation or professional network. We can also tailor programs to suit your business, audience and strategic goals.
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