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Train the Brain for Leadership Success

The Niagara Institute Partnership with Myelin Leadership International (Robert Paris)



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The human brain is the body’s central motor. It is the source of who we are and how we act, behave, solve problems & make decisions, communicate, lead, control our emotions, innovate and interact with others. The exciting field of neuroscience is making significant contributions to the business world and how we manage and lead others. Emerging knowledge of the brain is providing managers with practical knowledge, tools, resources and a common language that is enhancing managers’ ability to think in greater breadth and depth and rally an organization’s workforce to collaborate to solve increasingly complex problems.

The ability to harness the resources of the brains of your organization’s workers is potentially the optimal route to develop a long-term, sustainable competitive advantage. In today’s knowledge economy, it is the ability of your managers and nonsupervisory employees to work together and out-think competition to develop superior products, services, methods and processes that are the key to delivering optimal bottom line financial results.

This one-day workshop presents some of the latest findings from neuroscience in a dynamic and practical manner that will help challenge how you manage and lead others and how you and your team make important business decisions. The workshop’s focus is on presenting participants with important knowledge of the brain in a practical manner that will help them and their teams make better use of their brains to better collaborate, break existing restrictive paradigms and think in greater breadth and depth.


Ideal for Leaders of
Self Team Department Division; Organisation;

Participants Will Strengthen Their Ability To:

  • Apply neuroscience principles to improve management leadership capabilities
  • Change ingrained habits and grow as a leader
  • Improve performance as a coach, team leader and innovator
  • Develop the ability to think in greater breadth and depth
  • Learn a powerful way to build trust and relationships
  • Develop a common language that encourages optimal team performance

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Who Should Attend?

Mid to senior level managers dealing with significant complexity.

This program has been designed and is delivered by Robert Paris (Myelin Leadership International), a lecturer at the McGill Centre for Continuing Education and the John Molson School of Business Executive Center with an Honours MBA from the University of Toronto and a Certificate in the Foundations of Neuroleadership. Robert also designed and facilitated the original global leadership training program for the renowned Cirque du Soleil and has written manuals on leadership, coaching, thinking skills and marketing planning.


Workshop Agenda


Workshop Dates

Fee: $995*

Date   Location  
October 19, 2017  Albany Club, Toronto, Ontario  
October 26, 2017  The Conference Board of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario   

*Includes some meals and refreshments. Does not include accommodation. Fees are subject to HST. 

 
 

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