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10.02.08

The 2008 NeuroLeadership Summit in New York


NeuroLeadership Summit

The First NeuroLeadership Summit in North America will be held in New York on October 28-30. Spend two and a half days with some of the world’s leading neuroscientists and leadership experts, and explore new paradigms for developing today’s and tomorrow’s leaders.

Areas of focus will include:
  • The physiology of presence, trust, integrity and other leadership competencies
  • Why change is so hard at an individual and systemic level, and how to make it easier
  • The neuroscience of mindfulness
  • Why it’s often so hard to think clearly and how to make better decisions
  • The anatomy of an ’aha!’ and how to have more of them
  • Driving performance through understanding the goals of the brain
  • How we know ourselves and others
  • The neuroscience of social networks, and why the social world is so important
  • Learning about the brain in K-12 education
  • Teaching leaders and managers about the brain
These topics will be discussed by a great line-up of presenters including Jeffrey Schwartz, Amy Arnsten, Kevin Ochsner, Matthew Lieberman and David Rock. Take a look at the program on the NeuroLeadership web site. The program is
Manhattan
designed to give participants time to digest the ideas, connect with each other and talk with the experts.

It's only three weeks away. Now is the time to register!

Posted by Michael McKinney at 09:49 AM
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