Working with Organisations

19th March 2013

A small helping of imposter syndrome for my executive team please!

OK! I hold my hands up and admit it - I have a good helping of imposter syndrome lurking in my psyche! However, I usually try not to dwell on my insecurities and to harness the positive points; sometimes thinking that I am not as intelligent or as experienced as others can drive me on to great things.
23rd April 2015

Speaking dates

Speaking season seems to be upon us again and there are a number of upcoming events where we will be speaking or running workshops. These include: • The NeuroBusiness 2015 Conference Wednesday, June 2015 at The Renold Building, Manchester University where we will deliver a sessin on ‘How the brain informs the design and delivery of change plans’ • The Knowledge and Innovation Network (KIN) Summer 2015 Members’ Workshop in Streatley on Thames where we will be discussing ‘The Neuroscience of how the brain works and what this means for how we create, store & retrieve ‘knowledge’ • The CIPD […]
8th February 2016

Navigating Change workshops

We have been running a unique one-day workshop for a Legal Services client where the majority of participants are lawyers. We have been using the latest neuroscience and psychology along with proven tools and techniques to allow participants to master the ‘head, heart and hands’ elements of change. The workshop is designed to help participants to: Be familiar with the brain’s key processes, strengths and limitations relating to change Know how we typically react to externally driven changes Understand how to take control of the brain to make externally driven change a more positive experience Know how to use the […]
2nd October 2017

CIPD Behavioural Science Conference

We recently ran a workshop on  Implementing Effective and Brain Friendly Change Management as part of the CIPD Behavioural Science Conference.   The session focused on how our increased understanding of the brain offers us the opportunity to improve personal and organisational change management in very practical and tangible ways.  With plenty of change experts in the room we had some great insights into how neuroscience can help explain previous change challenges and successes and allow us to make change a more positive and successful process.  If you would like a copy of our ‘Brain-friendly Change Checklist’ please get in touch.