Our brains are factory-ready to deal effectively with crises like this one! Together, we can connect our brains, help each other, find new solutions and create a better future emerging from challenging times. The best answer to the pandemic is in our brain already.
Date: 18 and 21 May 2020 from 1 PM to 3 PM
Our brains have already all the tools to deal with this crisis in the best possible way: with empathy, support, love, morality, decisive action, leadership and resilience. Are we going to help our brains perform in this wonderful way?
To understand how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting our brain and how to train your brain to accept change, and to thrive according to neuroscience.
Interactive online webinar with discussion and group work
Middle and top management across all industries
Entrepreneurs (Directors & Owners)
Startups (Founders & Entrepreneurs)
Small and Medium Enterprises
The good news is that our brains are factory-ready to deal effectively with crises like this one! The bad news is that most people do not know how to activate valuable brain processes like willpower, resilience and empathy to navigate safely out of the crisis.
In this webinar, Dr Nikolaos Dimitriadis is using brain sciences, his decade-old experience in testing brains from more than 20 countries, practical examples and the Brain Adaptive model from his ‘Neuroscience for Leaders’ book (now in its second edition) to showcase easy ways to understand better how the crisis affects your brain and what to do about it.
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Nikolaos Dimitriadis, Ph.D., is an award-winning communications professional, educator and consultant. He is the author of the books “Applied Neuroscience for Marketing and Leadership” and “Neuroscience for Leaders: A Brain Adaptive Leadership Approach” (Kogan Page, London) and spoke at TEDx University of Strathclyde for the urgent need for Brain-Based Communication. He is a certified Neuromarketer and a contributor to the Neuromarketing Manager Program at Hamburg Media School. He is a mentor of startups at the ICT HUB, Belgrade, Serbia. He is currently the Development Director at The University of Sheffield International Faculty, City College. Dimitriadis, Ph.D., is a strong advocate of brain-based solutions to business challenges. References: