With Jan Sky
Today’s leaders and managers require a new level of understanding of human behaviour and the brain processes that drive it. They need to know how to create the positive working environment and working relationships for continuing high levels of engagement and performance. No longer is it enough to have great technical skills or to simply “cope” with high demands.
This workshop will introduce participants to a broader understanding of the brain’s potential, and they will learn how to train their brains to modify or change undesirable behaviour. Participants will learn about neural networks and how they are made up of thoughts, feelings, dialogue, beliefs and memories and how impactful they are on daily behaviour. They will discover the triune brain and how the brain interconnectedness is important for improved functioning.
Participants will be taught about the two stress loops, one which is a brain to body loop and the other a loop from the limbic region to the right pre-frontal cortex thus learning about the impact of stress and gaining skills and strategies to better manage stress.
The basis of leadership is born in the brain, leadership is built on an understanding of neuroscience. For that reason alone, participants will be introduced to the Brain Potential Framework model and taught how to use this with themselves and with their team members. The Brain Potential Framework model is a foundation to address mind, brain, body, relationships, and wellbeing.