Wired for Success: The Neuroscience of Effective Leadership

Leaders must think, make decisions, and influence others on a daily basis, often in environments of high stress, pressure, and complexity. At the core of such complex leadership, the brain is our most valuable resource, as it operates as the control center of our thinking and emotions. The brain determines how and where we choose to focus, how we react, behave and relate with others, as well as how we perceive and respond to stressful events.

New insights from neuroscience are expanding our knowledge of both how our brain works and its subsequent impact on our behavior. In this introductory presentation we will:

  • Explore how brain health impacts our overall health, well-being, and performance in both our personal and professional lives
  • Discuss practical tips on how to nourish and care for the brain to increase our cognitive and emotional fitness
  • Learn the latest discoveries in the fascinating field of applied neuroscience which are revolutionizing the training and development world
  • Understand how to increase specific brain capacities critical to leadership performance using highly innovative technology that is stimulating, effective, and fun

The competitive landscape of today’s business world requires that leaders be at the top of their game. With a whole-person approach to brain health and scientifically designed brain training, we can rewire the brain for success at a neurological level, resulting in better, more resilient leaders.

  • I highly recommend Lisa Jing as a trainer, presenter and speaker. She creates a professional and engaging learning environment that immediately lets participants know that they are in the hands of an accomplished trainer.

    Donna Hardaker Director, Wellness Works
  • Lisa establishes an immediate rapport and credibility with executive, management and line staff alike. She motivates audiences to own and apply newly learned skills and behaviors that are essential to employee and organizational performance.

    Helen Siporin Executive Director, Mental Health America