Explore the biological processes associated with arousal, areas of the brain involved in self-regulation and the role of attentional intelligence in regulating emotions and attention. Develop your capacity to support your own self-regulation and assist those you lead to self-regulate through a range of contemporary tools and practices.
Investigate the key areas of the brain involved in decision making and problem solving and the insights that have emerged around decision fatigue, multi-tasking and the role that emotions and memory play in decision making. Develop your capacity to make better decisions and create the conditions for insight for self and others to operate in a world that is increasingly demanding leaders to be great thinkers.
Delve into the concept of the brain as a social organ and the social needs that influence our willingness and capacity to engage or collaborate with others. While we are biologically programmed to connect with others, engagement is a choice to be made. Leaders set the engagement climate and support motivation in the workplace. Develop your capacity to create a positive and meaningful engagement experience in your workplace.
Explore the concept of neuroplasticity and how hard it is for the change to stick. While we are operating in a period of unprecedented change, our brains hate change. Develop your capacity to facilitate neuroplasticity and rewire the individual and collective mindsets of those you work with. Explore new ways of setting goals and facilitating change with the brain in mind.