There is no denying it change is difficult yet it is one of the constants in our working lives.
We know from experience that personal change isn't easy, from exercising more, eating healthier, getting enough sleep, starting a new job, moving to a new location, to learning a new skill. Its doesn't come easy. Organisational change is even harder, trying to persuade individuals, groups, teams or entire organisations to change.
Research tells us that 70% of change initiatives designed to improve business performance fail to achieve their objectives yet we continue to manage change the same way and continue to get the same results. If we want our change initiatives to be successful we need to change the way we manage change in organisations. By understanding the brain we can do this better.
Neuroscience brings a new lens through which to look at people and to understand why they react to situations in a certain way, what they need from work relationships to perform at their best, and how they might be better motivated.
The Neuroscience of Organisational Change Masterclass not only provides evidence that will persuade even the most sceptical of leaders but also provides many practical examples of how to apply the insights, enabling organisations to improve performance and also help support the mental and emotional well-being of employees.
The Neuroscience of Organisational Change Masterclass is an interactive, informative and engaging masterclass that provides participants with an evidence based, practical way to successfully manage change by exploring:
- How the human brain works
- Why people find change difficult
- What leaders can do to keep people focussed and performing at their best
- How people need social connections at work
- The essential roles that leaders and managers play in leading successful change
- How best to manage emotions and reduce bias to avoid making flawed decisions
- Why we need communication, involvement and storytelling to help us through change
- How to enhance employee motivation
- and more.......