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The next generation of leadership development.






Why is a Brain-based approach so important?

While the application of science to business is not new, there are new, neuroscientic findings about how brain work, change and perform. A brain-based approach encompasses this neuro-view of the biological underpinning of leadership.

Our distinctive approach has transformed traditional leader ship programs by integrating leading-edge biometrics with brain-based design and delivery.

We offer the only personalized leadership development programs with a real-time, scientifically proven brain assessment and training to help brains work better and faster, more collaboratively and creatively, for optimal performance and health.

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Why is a Brain-based approach more effective?

The brain controls everything you do:
  • What you think and feel.
  • How you choose your focus.
  • How you react to, behave and relate with others.
A brain-base approach is a ligned with the general principle of how the brain functions to more effectively optimize the brain's strengths and minimize its limitations.

Where does the research for this approach originate?

Our programs are research-beased, powered by Brain Resource, a consortium of over 350 scientists with backgrounds from neurobiology and genetics to computation and business biotechnology all with a shared goal to enable discoveries to better understand brain function and improve human health.

Our programs integrate the validated brain assessment and training games developed by Brain Resource.

In addition, our senior leadership and board of advisors continually scan, evaluate and integrate the most relevant and applicable brain research, real-time into our leadership development programs.

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Brain-Based Leadership Curriculum

  • Brain Basics
  • Innovation
  • Stress Management
  • Time/Energy Management
  • Peak Performance
  • Change Management
  • Communication
  • Mentorship
  • Giving Feedback
  • Performance Management
  • Team Development
  • Keynote Presentations

These subjects can all be delivered in a class room and/or remotely.

How are Brain-Based Curriculum Topics
Different From the Rest

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  • Loudest voice tends to 'win'
  • Quiet voices often don't speak out.
  • First to speaker 'primes' the brains of other.
  • Subject to hierarchy in the room.
  • People revert to criticism/critique
  • People want to move to closure at different speeds.
  • Not brain friendly - it's not the way the brain works.
  • Emphasizing the need for the feeling of SAFETY for optimal brain functioning.
  • Examining what happens to everyone's brains when coming up with new ideas.
  • Suggesting techniques that enable all the grate ideas in the room to be drawn out.
  • Outlining a replicable and scalable model for all sizes of organizations.
  • Using the neuroscience of the brain to understand when is you most creative time.

Discover the power of brain fitness.