Leading through change – insights from neuroscience (Members Webinar)

5:00pm Wednesday, 16 October 2019
5:45pm Wednesday, 16 October 2019

In this webinar Hilary Scarlett will help us understand what neuroscience can teach us about managing change and how we, as change managers, support organisations going through rapid and constant organisational change.

Hilary will talk about:

  • What neuroscience is and why is it relevant to us?
  • Key facts about our brains we all need to know
  • Why our brains find uncertainty so difficult
  • What we can do to help people’s brains ‘get back on track’ during times of change?

Don’t miss out on hearing Hilary talk about neuroscience and the insights it brings to organisational change.

About our Speaker

Hilary Scarlett is an international speaker, consultant, author and Director and Founder of Scarlett & Grey.

Hilary’s work has spanned Europe, the US and Asia and concentrates on the development of people-focused change programmes and leadership development. Hilary regularly works with leadership teams in the private and public sectors to help them build resilience and high performance through better understanding of the brain.

Hilary holds an MA from Cambridge University, she has a post-graduate Certificate in the Psychology of Organisation Development and Change and is an accredited executive coach with the Institute of Leadership and Management.

Hilary works with neuroscientists at University College London and in the USA, taking their work out of the lab and turning it into practical management tools. Hilary regularly writes and speaks on neuroscience and leadership. Her book, Neuroscience for Organizational Change – an evidence-based, practical guide to managing change has been widely praised; a second edition was published in July 2019.

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Times are 5pm to 5.45pm BST and 12pm to 12.45pm EDT. 


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