The Neuroscience of Leadership and Performance

The Neuroscience of Leadership and Performance

The Neuroscience of Leadership and Performance Program is derived from the NeuroTREAD framework. TREAD stands for Think, Regulate, Engage, Adapt and Develop from the perspective of the brain.

The program aims to transform you into an agile leader of change and performance. Through a combination of neuroscience, emotional intelligence, collaboration, insights and coaching, you’ll be inspired to lead others to peak performance.

You’ll be encouraged to use real examples of leading to improve performance and to assess and develop your leadership skills and capability.

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Date Time Location Enrol
29 - 30 November 2018All DayMacquarie University City CampusRegister
20 - 21 June 2019All DayMacquarie University City CampusRegister

Cost: A$3,600.00

MGSM Wallet points: 6

Who is it for?

This program is designed for:

  • People and culture leaders
  • Human resource managers
  • Senior executives
  • People managers
  • CEOs

Benefits and Outcomes

Participants will benefit by:

  • Exploring self-management, emotion regulation, and the ability to handle stress
  • Understanding what it takes to engage others
  • Learning about the brain's natural resistance to change
  • Developing the brain's ability to learn and perform at higher levels.

Facilitator

Kristen Hansen is the founder of EnHansen Performance, which provides managers with neuroscience strategies to build leadership, resilience, adaptability, creativity, coaching, self-management and engagement skills.

Kristen is a pioneer in the field of neuroscience of leadership and has 20 years management experience in the field. Kristen has completed postgraduate studies in neuroscience of leadership and is an accredited executive coach with the International Coach Federation, a master trainer in emotional intelligence and accredited in DiSC and PRISM Brain Mapping.

Kristen’s first book Traction: The Neuroscience of Leadership and Performance is out now.

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