Dates Please contact us to register your interest
Location Nexus 10 Tower, North Terrace Campus
- Course Overview
Recent technological advances in neuroscience have seen an explosion in our understanding of the brain. We now have a better understanding of how to build our self-awareness and improve emotional regulation, decision-making, influence, collaborative skills, mental performance and relationships
Drawn from the latest research in this rapidly expanding field, this short-course aims to highlight some of the key brain insights relating to leadership. The program will demonstrate evidence-based strategies to improve thinking, handle stress and emotions more effectively, positively lead and motivate others and adapt in the face of change.
- Key Learning Benefits
- Optimise the basic mechanics of the brain for improved decision-making and creativity
- Develop strategies for regulating emotions and building resilience
- Assess social motivators and increase intrinsic motivation in others
- Develop strategies for changing yourself and others
- Coach others to generate desired, sustained development
- Program Structure
The program is designed as an overview of five key areas of brain research that have been summarised as TREAD: how to Think, Regulate and renew, Engage, Adapt and Develop.
- Who Attends
The core audience is senior executives and mid-level managers. HR professionals involved in organisational change and managers with a technical background will also benefit from this scientific approach to leadership.
- Presenter & Facilitator
- Benefits for Your Organisation
You will be able to maximise your creative and cognitive capacity so that you can attain and sustain higher performance for your organisation.
Leaders will build resilience and have a more positive, future-focused mindset which will enable them to motivate others to move forward and adapt to organisational change.