The Neuroscience of Leadership $35
Thursday, June 14, 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Using current research into the social nature of the brain, this workshop will provide insights into how administrators, teachers, and other educational specialists can create more engaging and productive learning environments. Apparently, an overarching organizing principle of the brain is to “minimize threat and maximize reward.” We’ll examine how specific behaviors and organizational practices can help foster an engaging learning environment. Instructor Steve Rudolph (please see above bio).
North Central Michigan College’s Corporate & Community Education will host two informative hands-on workshops in June by coach, consultant and motivator, Steve Rudolph. Steve has been helping organizations, teams, and their leaders achieve higher levels of performance for over twenty years. His passion and expertise is helping leaders identify their key business priorities and a clear path for achieving them. Steve is effective at linking current coaching, leadership, and neuroscience research with the pragmatism of delivering measurable business results. Steve's change management mantra is - keep it simple, keep it focused, keep it inspiring!’
10% discount if you sign up with a friend or co-worker. Please call 231-348-6613 or 231-348-6705 to register.