Improving Performance – The Neuroscience of Action Learning is the intriguing theme of this year’s conference. Ongoing study of the human brain provides us with important insights into adult learning and development.
Have you ever wondered…
- What exactly is happening inside our brains as we work and lead?
- What would be the value of knowing the ‘brain-friendly’ way to lead others?
- How might that knowledge impact our leadership skills, and our competencies in giving feedback, brainstorming, coaching other, and more?
- How can leaders combine knowledge of brain science and Action Learning to engage the workforce, encourage collaboration, and solve real problems to meet today's challenges?
- What would it be like to be a more conscious leader – fully aware, highly creative, and leaving a consistently positive impact on those around you?
Phil Dixon, of Second and Nun Street Group, will be our keynote speaker and conference presenter. Phil is deeply involved in the application of neuroscience; applying it to leadership and management practices such as coaching, development, change planning/management, creating culture changes, and action learning. Phil is passionate about the brain…everyone’s brain. Since 2002, he has devoted himself to the application of the growing body of knowledge about the brain; applying it to the field of leadership development and management.
All the best,
Carol deLaski, PCC, CALC
Chair, WIAL-USA Conference Committee