The neurogenetics of behavioral change and growth
What we know about humans is that by and large, we resist change. Change goes through the same neurophysiological processes as physical pain. There is almost always resistance to anything new, without the promise of relational support as a result.
Recent research has shown that behavioral change and growth isn't what we thought they were. For example, we know that both depend on relationship commitment to succeed. We also have discovered that we don't change from the inside.
In this talk, Dr Bob will explain how the process of personal and corporate change happens, and what leaders have to do to encourage people to develop, to adopt new skills and ways or working.
45-90 minute keynote
3-4 hour workshop
You will learn
- Encourage adaptability in an individual, department, or organization wide.
- Encourage people to adopt new ways of working
- Change behavioral patterns
- Change from negative to positive mindset
- Increase engagement and loyalty to the firm
- Corporate leaders
- Professional practice leaders
- Change managers