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Your brain is your most powerful competitive weapon –if you know how to use it properly. The human brain is an amazing tool. Yet, many of its built-in thought patterns and ways of working do not serve business leaders well. The brain can process large amounts of information. It has a real talent for forming patterns and connections. And it loves to answer questions and solve problems. It also has a tendency to see what it expects to see, overlook data that contradicts its prevailing view of the world, and have greater confidence in its decision-making abilities than it should. In order to become more effective leaders, we need a much deeper understanding of how our brain works and how it often gets in the way of winning.

Leveraging the latest in neuroscience, in this session, you’ll get tools, techniques and tips for learning how to:

* Avoid getting blinded by your own data

* Make better, more informed leadership decisions

* Slow down to go fast

* Get and stay clear on winning

* Inform, inspire and engage your organization to run in the race with you

* Create daily ways of working to get the right things done (achieve real accountability)

* Use your brain to win every day

You’ll practice playing with your brain and walk away with practices you can immediately put to use to be even more successful! You will explore and practice the “secrets” to creating and maintaining accountability throughout your organization to achieve the results you want. Members will receive a 12 week series of follow up tools and techniques to further their learning including monthly assessments on engaging their organization.

Holly G. Green

THE HUMAN FACTOR, INC. | ARCHITECT OF PAUSE™ & THINKING TO THRIVE EXPERTPosted in Uncategorized and tagged COMPEL CEOsHolly GreenInsanely SuccessfulNeuroscienceThe Human Factor Inc.

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