Corporate / Institutional Training


L/MWS (11) Neuroscience for Leadership: Brain-Based Strategies for Improving Leadership of Self and Others


As you are aware, in the last few years there has been an explosion in the area of neuroscience.  This workshop will introduce you to the fundamentals of brain-based leadership. It is our goal to empower you with knowledge and strategies to improve leadership behaviors and performance.

Key Content and Learning Outcomes

    . understand the inner workings of neuroscience and leadership
    . reflect on agility and resilience as a leader
    . identify you ability to collaborate and influence others
    . shift your organizational culture from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset
    . focus on emotional intelligence and compassion as key factors of open-minded leadership
    . with an understanding of neuroscience, refine a system for problem-solving
    . strengthen your capacity to build resources to thrive in complex organizational environments
    . leader in the role of coach in order to motivate and inspire others

In this workshop, we will reflect on how neuroscience relates to leadership by understanding Dr. David Rock'ís SCARF MODEL (status, certainty, autonomy, relatedness, and fairness).  As well, we will work through a technique that can effectively change behavior - the TREAD Advantage - Think, Regulate, Engage, Adapt, and Develop.

We will also examine how the TREAD model can be adapted to decision making, regulating emotions, motivating others, and creating strategies to sustain change and improvements in self and others.

The reflective, interactive workshop will help you to redefine yourself and create a better understanding of how neuroscience will make you a more effective leader.  Neuroscience research points to the importance of a 3-step process: seeing something different in a social setting, having an insight about that behavior, and making connections over time.

Instructional Material will be provided.