Evening Seminar: Brain and Behaviour in Organisations with Dr. Paul Brown
June 14th 2017, 6:00-9:00pm
California Tower 加州大廈
As part of Wellness month at Mettā, join this seminar to foster sustainable performance through applied neuroscience insights from esteemed Clinical/ Organisational Psychologist and Executive Coach Dr Paul Brown, Faculty Professor at Monarch Business School Switzerland. Neuroscience is creating a game-changing understanding of human behaviour. Through applied neuroscience there is a new basis for understanding why and how human beings can give of their best: and how leaders can be instrumental in making that best apparent. Mettā members receive special access to the event: please refer to the Mettā Event Newsletter or contact email@example.com with your membership number for the exclusive discount. Learning Outcomes: To increase awareness of how the brain structures all information during the course of a working day and how that hinders or helps the way an organisation achieves it strategic and operational goals. Topics Addressed: Creating a working knowledge of the brain with opportunity to explore participants’ own management fascinations from a brain-based point of view. Energy turned into profit Relationships The design of the future of HR The probable decline of performance-based management in favour of self-regulated systems Reading people and managing them well The bases of trust Who Can Join? The seminar is designed for those who know the future of organisations is going to be different but want some underpinnings to their knowledge and thinking about how that will come about and how to steer it. The knowledge imparted could be of interest to anyone who cares about the long-term sustainability of the organisation they either create or of which they are a part and/or have responsibility for getting the best out of people. Suitable for Business Leaders, Senior Managers, L & D, HRD, Coaches and Organisational Consultants. Speaker: Dr Paul Brown Dr Paul Brown is Faculty Professor, Organizational Neuroscience, Monarch Business School Switzerland; External Advisor, International Energy & Research Centre, the Tyndall National Institute, University of Cork; Honorary Chairman of the Vietnam Consulting Group, Saigon; and International Director of SIRTailors, Saigon. He a delivers two-year on-line, distance-learning MSc in Applied Neuroscience in Organisations awarded by London’s Middlesex University. A Clinical and Organisational Psychologist and Executive Coach and Supervisor, Paul’s main focus is in creating a General Theory of the Individual and the Organization based upon mapping how energy flows or gets blocked in the pursuit of pro t or other outcomes within the organisational system. He has recently co-authored Neuropsychology for Coaches: understanding the basics (2012) McGraw-Hill/Open University Press; River Dragon (a novel, 2014); Neuroscience for Leadership: harnessing the brain to gain advantage (2015) Palgrave Macmillan; and The Fear-Free Organization (2015) Kogan Page. Paul is the Association for Coaching’s Global Ambassador, Applied Neuroscience. He lives in Vietnam, returning to the UK once a quarter. About Co-organiser Mettā: Mettā is an entrepreneurs’ membership network that connects people, ideas and resources, both online and offline. We believe in breaking boundaries, across geographies, communities and ecosystems, to create the ultimate platform to harness co-innovation and collective intelligence. Operating clubhouses so far in Hong Kong and Nairobi with 1000+ members globally, Mettā was nominated one of Monocle’s Top 100 destinations, ideas and concepts within just 7 months of opening. We will be looking forward to welcoming you too. Find out more at www.metta.co. Terms & Conditions: By applying to this seminar the participant fully releases and discharges Pathways Limited, Paul Brown trading as The ION Partnership or Mettā from any and all claims for injuries, damages or loss which may accrue as a result of this training. In the event of cancellation due to Typhoon 8, the seminar will be cancelled and Pathways Limited will provide an alternative date for the course to be run within a 12-month period. A full refund will be issued if the course is not run within a 12-month period. All efforts to reschedule in the 7 days following cancellation will be made by the Mettā team pending availability of the space. Individual cancellations must be received in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org. Refunds are given (less 10%) for cancellations received by 5 pm on 1st of June 2017. Due to limited places, we do not offer refunds beyond this date.
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