Are your Management Development programmes really telling people what you want them to know?
To your dismay, are you finding that the new behaviours, attitudes and ways of working which you are trying to communicate are quickly forgotten about?
The truth is that anyone can cobble together some interesting exercises and talking points, but are you having any lasting impact?
Over the past decade, interest and research in the neuroscience and psychology of how we learn, how we are motivated, and how we create lasting change, has surged.
We have learned about how the brain processes information along neuropathways, how some of these pathways become "well-worn and smooth", while others become "overgrown and difficult to pass". This has led to the development of new learning techniques which are easier processed and recalled by the human brain.
This short, impactful session will introduce the principles of neuroscience and occupational psychology as they relate to management development.
You will be empowered to move away from the simplistic “info-dump” style of professional development, and towards a practical, research-proven method.
Managers themselves will learn how to use these techniques to improve their own learning retention.
By the end of this seminar, participants should be able to understand:
- How to use theories of neuroscience and occupational psychology to increase learning efficiency.
- The importance of starting with clear outcomes in mind, to build an impactful development programme
- Several “brain friendly” learning models
- How to make your learning interventions inspiring and motivational.
Who Should Attend
The learning outcomes from this session should be utilised in day-to-day communication, in one-to-one meetings and coaching, and in group workshops. If you are in a role in which you communicate with and influence others in your organisation, you should be aware of how to get your communication to stick!
This session will be particularly useful for:
- HR professionals
- Learning and development professionals
- Those interested in developing performance in themselves and others
Meet the Expert
This session is facilitated by Think People’s own Senior Learning and Development Consultant - Florenz Geraghty. Florenz holds 15 years’ of experience in designing and delivering practical, science-driven management and leadership programmes. With experience as an in-house Learning and Development Manager, as well as experience as an outsourced consultant, Florenz has built an understanding of the learning and development intricacies of a range of industries and organisations of every size.
Florenz’s Top Learning Tip: If you feel comfortable in what you are doing then you have stopped learning. Stretching yourself is important for stimulation and personal growth.
To reserve your space, complete the form below now, or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org / +4428 9031 0450