Leadership Development program

Leadership Development Program

Based on neuroleadership

WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU?

We offer tailor-made leadership programs based on neuroleadership. Consequently, the programs lead to improved leadership. Through these programs, the participants learn in a compelling way how they can get the best from themselves and others. Through our leadership development programs, they will make better use of human potential and improve performance.

WHAT IS OUR APPROACH?

We all have habitual behaviors: effective and ineffective. These habits have their roots in the brain. In order to change a habit, it is vital to know about the brain. Therefore, the brain’s functioning is central to our training programs.

In our leadership development programs, participants learn about new leadership behaviors by using knowledge of how the brain works, so doing and practicing is central to all our programs. We pay little attention to analysis and a lot to practice. All our programs focus on the sustainable improvement of leadership behavior.

WHY LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS BASED ON NEUROLEADERSHIP?

Many managers learned their leadership behaviors at a time when not much was known about how the brain works. Many of these leadership behaviors, unfortunately, have a limited effect on the potential of the brain and, therefore, on the potential of human beings. With knowledge of how the brain works, this is easy to change.

We know more about how the brain works, including how we can get more out of our brain’s potential. Companies that use neuroleadership will quickly deliver better performance.

Leading people is an elusive skill for many. Brain knowledge makes intangible leadership tangible. Every manager wants to get the best out of his people. However, how this can be achieved often remains vague. This is now a thing of the past.

OUR APPROACH TO LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Through neuroscience, we know better how people learn and change. That’s why experience plays a significant role in learning. Less cognition, more practice—with this in mind, we create behavioral change using the following choices:

  • Leave behind problems from the past and focus on identifying and internalizing the new desired behavior.
  • Stop advising and start asking questions that increase self-insight.
  • Provide knowledge, skills, and exercises to enable the development of new “neural” networks.
  • Continue practice until participants have mastered this new behavior.