Private Sector – Free – Neuroscience of Leadership Forum – 14th July 2016

In a series of forums we aim to bring together a group of HR, People and Culture, L&D, OD & Talent Leaders to discuss current challenges, hear insights and ideas about recent industry trends and hear from each other.

We invite you to join us at this informal forum to discuss: The Application of Neuroscience to leadership, Change, Engagement & Performance. To register:

Email: [email protected] or call: 02 7901 5618

Date: Tuesday 14th July 2016

Time: 08.45am to 10.45am

Location: Sui Room, Christie Offices, 3 Spring Street, Sydney CBD

Over the past 10 years, Neuroscience has started to emerge from the laboratories and is gradually being applied to the workplace. We’ve been applying neuroscience in many of our training, coaching and team programs for some time: many of our team are Neuroleadership TREAD accredited and have qualifications in the field. We’ve seen great success using Neuroscience to transform Leadership effectiveness in particular, but also huge applications in:

  • Employee Engagement & Performance Management
  • Managing / Resilience to Change
  • Diversity & Inclusion

At this informal forum we’ll take you through an introductory overview of the brain & the application of neuroscience in the workplace, & ignite peer discussion to explore how you can apply neuroscience findings to your work environment (and at home!). We’ll discuss examples of how it can improve leadership practices, change management, innovation and creativity, and employee engagement. to discuss your successes or challenges, and exchange experiences with your peers from other departments and agencies.

So come along & learn & discuss the principles of neuroscience in this practical, often humorous, definitely brain-changing & possibly life-changing discussion forum.

Email: [email protected] to register

Date: Tuesday 14th July 2016

Time: 08.45am to 10.45am

Location: Sui Room, Christie Offices, 3 Spring Street, Sydney CBD

Download the information flyer here: Private Sector, Neuroscience Forum, Southern Cross Coaching & Development, 14 July