The Neuroscience of Managing Change
This cutting-edge one day workshop is for people who would like a new way to relate to & influence change. You may be:
- Part of an organisation that is being restructured.
- Helping someone else or a team who are going through change.
- Going through a change in your personal circumstances.
Whatever your reason, understanding how the brain responds to change can help to improve our responses whether this is something that we are choosing for ourselves or whether it’s happening around us.
During this one-day workshop, you will:
- Learn how your brain typically responds to change
- Learn how you can be in control of this response
- Understand different attitudes to change and what might drive these
- Learn how to influence people to embrace change more willingly
- Take home practical neuroscience tips on how to manage change elegantly.
Expect to leave this day with practical tools you can use at work - and home - with individuals and teams.
During this day we will give you specific tips from neuroscience and will encourage you to try things out so you can test and apply in a fun way before you leave.
Many say organisations are failing to get change right, or that making a change in your personal circumstances is hard. We know that not only is changing the brain easy – it is actually what the brain is designed to do. Our brains are designed to adapt to new environments, and to learn and remember new information. The ease with which we do this is astounding. In some areas of the brain, we can replace 20% of our synapses every 24 hours. So, the ability to change is not restricted by change at the level of the brain.
If the neuroscience suggests that our brains change easily, there must be other things getting in the way.
Understanding what these “other things” are and the brain’s role in dealing with change provides us with choices which will increase the likelihood of change being implemented in an optimal way.
If you would like to know more about the 10 day programme that Ian and Patricia deliver, please go to Applied Neuroscience Programme
Right now there is so much hype around neuroscience - but when you look at much of what’s on offer, you won't see too many neuroscientists! ITS is unique in having a Consultant Neuroscientist on faculty.
Join Professor of Applied Neuroscience, Patricia Riddell and Ian McDermott and learn how you can apply the most recent findings of neuroscience to change management.