MIT/ILP Calendar Event
Neuroscience for Leadership
Research in the cognitive sciences is leading us to a greater understanding of how to improve personal and leadership behaviors and performance. Those who grasp the meaning and implications of this research will be positioned to take competitive advantage. This program provides hands-on application of concepts and techniques deriving from neuroscience and psychology that can improve your individual performance, as well as that of your team and organization.
Neuroscience for Leadership focuses on:
- Your stuck neural patterns as a leader
- The power of neuroplasticity in unleashing your brain agility and resilience
- Creating the conditions for success in your organization by leading teams and shifting the culture from fear to trust
- Visioning the future using the power of storytelling
Issues we will examine include:
- How neuroscience techniques can be applied to leadership development
- Understanding the scope of agility and diversity of thinking in adult brains
- Mindsets?can you move from fixed to growth?
- Deeply embedded leadership patterns and immunity to change
- Basic human emotions and mindfulness
- Cultural diversity and creativity
- Ecosystem leadership
Participants will be offered brain-friendly catering, guided meditation, optional yoga class, and a confidential brain profiler report.
You may also be interested in Tara Swart's new two-day course Applied Neuroscience: Unleashing Brain Power for You and Your People.
Through lectures, discussions, and hands-on practice exercises, Neuroscience for Leadership will empower you to:
- Raise your awareness of existing leadership behavioral patterns
- Focus attention on behaviors and actions promoting resilience
- Harness neuroscience to embed sustainable behavior change through plasticity of brain connections and pathways through deliberate practice
- Implement measures to hold you to account and pre-empt barriers to leading sustainable performance
MIT is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The campus, situated in close proximity to Boston’s Logan International Airport, profits from Boston’s excellent public transportation system and the on-campus Tech Shuttle. The closest subway station is Kendall Square, which acts as a commercial center for MIT and the local community.
ILP members receive a 15% discount on all MIT Sloan Executive Education open enrollment programs held in Massachusetts. ILP members receive a 15% discount on all MIT Professional Education courses. To obtain the discount code, click here (you must be signed in to this website as an ILP member to access the code).