As we navigate this new normal do you have the tools and language to facilitate the inevitable change in your team?
In an upcoming webinar, engage in a conversation with individuals across all regions and discover how Neuroscience is the key to create meaningful and lasting change.
We will discuss key models that drive change immediately and share how the Certificate in the Foundations of NeuroLeadership (CFN) can be leveraged in the current time we are all experiencing.
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Discover how Neuroscience could be the key to creating meaningful and lasting change.
September 23, 2020 6 - 7 pm (EDT)
New Zealand: Thursday 24 September, 10am-11am
Sydney: Thursday 24 September, 8am - 9am
Singapore/Hong Kong: Thursday 24 September, 6am - 7am
Dr. Michaela Simpson
Senior Scientist, The NeuroLeadership Institute
Michaela Simpson, Ph.D., is a Senior Scientist at the NeuroLeadership Institute, where she translates social and neuroscience research to organisational challenges; creates science-informed learning solutions to those challenges, including research summaries and journal articles; and serves as a subject matter expert on topics such as growth mindset, speaking up in the face of questionable behaviour, and power dynamics in organisations.
Maheen is an Education Consultant at the NeuroLeadership Institute. She began her career within the corporate education realm and is enthusiastic about the field of neuroscience and organizational culture. Maheen has dual Masters' degrees in Business and Marketing and joined NLI with the goal of driving positive organizational change within different industries. She focuses on enhancing individual capabilities through cutting edge methodologies backed by science.
The Certificate in the Foundations of NeuroLeadership is an online program offered by the NeuroLeadership Institute. We are an approved recertification provider for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). The Foundations of NeuroLeadership program is approved for 60 professional development credits (PDCs).