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Global Table Conversation #9: Prof Paul Brown on Brain and Behaviour in Organisations - Ideas for Leaders
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Global Table Conversation #9: Prof Paul Brown on Brain and Behaviour in Organisations

Key Concept

Applied neuroscientist, Prof Paul Brown, explains how emotions underpin everything we do – and the importance of understanding this for managers who have to deal with people every day. Referencing some of the latest thinking from the world of neuroscience and explaining it in a very accessible and applicable manner, Prof Brown’s insights are a ‘must see’ for everyone in organisations looking to understand how they can improve performance and engagement in their teams.

This short presentation is a taster for the material that Prof Brown explores in more depth in the eight-part online program developed with Ideas for Leaders. You can learn more about that program here.

The presentation was followed by the attendees engaging in small group discussions to embed and enhance their understanding and potential application of the ideas – it is a pilot for the forthcoming Ideas for Leaders Sustainable Leadership Community which we will be launching later in the year. If you would like to find out more about this Community and how you could join us, read more here.


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