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February 15th Changing Brains: How to change habits, brain processes and transform

February 15th Changing Brains: How to change habits, brain processes and transform

How will this help us?
Neuroscience and particularly neuroleadership is a powerful tool to take the latest research into practical applications. It is a tool that will give more, and importantly, more concrete information on how to
motivate, avoid conflict, create more action and much more. The insights show how the brain is working that we can draw from this and what this means for development strategies and dealing with core issues.

Content
The workshop will be looking at how the brain processes change, habit and transformation. This will give
more concrete insights into how to deal with these themes from a standpoint of our brains.

* Brain plasticity
* Habit formation
* Contexts for habit
* Need for change
* Fear and uncertainty
* Change blocks
* Reward systems in change
* Habitual loops
* How the brain can sabotage change
* Unconscious processes in the change process

When: February 15th 8.15-12.15
Location: Bahnhofstrasse 52, 8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Price: CHF 420
Registration: andy@corporate-training.ch / www.corporate-training.ch

Andy Habermacher (UK / CH)
Certified Master Coach
CEO Corporate Training Programmes
Senior Consultant NeuroBusiness Group
International Speaker
Andy has over 15 years of experience in education and training. He has always been fascinated by
psychology, human behaviour and the leadership tools for success. His recent work has focused on leadership coaching strategies and on practical implications of neuroscience. He has one book published and another two due to be published in Q4 2010.
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