11 Jul 22
- 15 Jul 22
Event Time
09:00
(America/New_York)
Your Time Zone
English
Multiple Day Event
On site event
100 Cable Road, Eastham, MA 02642
Event type
Education Program
Pricing Information
Early Tuition Rate (ends April 1st): $625 Full Tuition: $725 USD

Developing Your Inner Wise Advocate: The Neuroscience of Strategic Leadership

In this hands-on course, you will have an opportunity to develop your capabilities and become a more strategic leader. You will strengthen the aspects of your mind and brain that lead you to move toward long-term, powerful goals instead of short-term transactional goals. If you work with leaders and aspiring leaders, this course will give you concepts and practitioners’ tools to help others move in that direction.

With the ongoing practice of executive function (learning to manage complexity and impulses), mentalizing (thinking about what others are thinking), and applied mindfulness (becoming more aware of your thoughts), you cultivate your internal voice of strategic leadership. You also begin to speak with that voice in the organizations and communities around you.

Event schedule or other information/comments
Monday:

The influence of mental activity on habits

Framing strategic leadership needs within the work environment

Naming organizational leadership needs

Tuesday:

Differentiating signals emerging from your organization’s culture and your brain

How to identify faulty assumptions about self, situations, others

The use of applied mindfulness and “mentalizing about yourself”

Wednesday:

Replacing deceptive messages with new narratives

How leadership can catalyze activity

A look at the placebo effect and how channeling expectations can make reframed messaging more compelling

Thursday:

The impact of sustained attention on entrenched patterns of behavior in your brain, in your personal life, and the organizations around you

Self-directed neuroplasticity and attention density

Friday:

The voice of a leader in organizations and communities

The dynamics, such as “core group nature”, that determine whether ideas and perspectives are likely to be seen as legitimate
Number of Coach Specific Education Hours:
ICF accreditation type : CCE
HOURS by type:   
CC : 9    RD : 6
Number of events : 103
Number of languages : 4