Smarter choices equal better performance, better decisions, and better relationships. Most American workers suffer from information overload. Words like multitasking, distractions, and interruptions dominate our day rather than words like planning, intentional, purposeful, and mindful. The result is we make poor decisions, communicate poorly, suffer from stress-related illnesses, and compromise our relationships.
This workshop builds on proven neuroscience research, best practices from a variety of fields, and the disciplines of leaders studied over nearly twenty years. The workshop provides practical applications for making better decisions, increasing energy and attention, achieving more, and developing and sustaining relationships.
The goal of the workshop is for participants to become more intelligent in the way they think, manage resources, communicate, resolve conflict, and build their social networks.
The workshop is four 2-hour sessions.
- Apply the best of neuroscience findings to brain health
- Acquire specific ideas for building a high-trust environment
- Receive a time-management model for increasing productivity and work/life balance
- Practice techniques for improving electronic communication
- Acquire skills for giving and receiving feedback for continuous improvement
- Create a customized action plan for implementation