There are several benefits of taking the Neuroscience for Change course. If you are contemplating taking this course, our top 5 reasons to invest will interest you.
Top 5 Reasons to Learn Neuroscience for Change
- No More Guess Work – You are not guessing if the actions you are taking will work. Applying neuroscience enables you to use an evidence-based approach so you can make informed decisions on what to do when to do it, and how to do it.
- Become More Adaptable – You are more adaptable to change because you understand how your brain works, so you can be more certain about how you and others react to change situations, what triggers that reaction and what action to take.
- Boost Your Confidence – Change creates powerful emotions of threat and reward. As you learn how the brain works, you will gain new insights and perspectives that strengthen your confidence in dealing with these emotional reactions.
- Increase Your Motivation – This knowledge increases your motivation because it is so interesting. We all have brains, and understanding how our brains process information and make decisions gives us new insights and new perspectives at work and in our personal lives.
- All Around Success – You feel more confident because your understanding of how the brain works enables you to accurately select which actions to take, make fewer mistakes, and build more effective relationships with your colleagues and stakeholders more quickly.
What Is Neuroscience?
Neuroscience is the study of the brain and the nervous system. It is important to study neuroscience within business, especially during times of change, to ensure we are understanding the way our brains respond to change.
Understanding neuroscience gives us the tools we need to communicate information and decisions effectively.
Neuroscience for Change Course Outline
The Neuroscience for Change course has five main sections, which are studied over the two-day virtual learning course. Each section builds on the previous to ensure delegates can use their new skills to create a comprehensive toolkit of practical techniques for handling and leading organisational change.
These five sections are;
- Introduction to neuroscience and the PEPE© model
- Pain domain, formed of the two dimensions: reducing pain and increasing pleasure
- Error detection domain, formed of two dimensions: reducing mismatch and increasing positive signals
- Energy domain, formed of two dimensions: increasing energy for change and reducing the energy needed for change
- Peaks and valleys domain, formed of two dimensions: managing peaks and promoting valleys
Find out more about the course by downloading our full course outline
The next Neuroscience for Change courses are;
- 5th – 8th March – four half days
- 30th April – 1st May- 2 full days
You can book your place on either of these courses now.