The neuroscience of change – how we think and act in times of unprecedented change (Webinar event, 2 April)
The Auckland Chapter is trying new ways to keep our change community connected. This webinar will explore the link between neuroscience and our behaviours, as we navigate the current global change we are experiencing and how it impacts us both individually and collectively.
Join us for an interactive and informal webinar with our guest host Elizabeth Howells from PeopleCentric. Elizabeth is a business psychologist with a driving interest in what makes individuals, teams and business ‘tick’.
During this time of unprecedented change with the Covid-19 threat to business and our society, the topic of neuroscience and peoples’ behaviours is of great interest to us as change professionals, and how best to deal with it. The topics we want to cover are:
- Uncertainty & humans’ reaction to it
- What leadership style is most effective in times of great uncertainty?
- If people are expected to work remotely, how do we provide the right sort of support to ensure they continue to be productive
- What influence does personality type have on how people respond to major change?
- How do we navigate and manage stress?
- How do you minimise the fight and/or flight factor?
We want this session to be highly interactive and relatively informal – we have no doubt there will be some great questions for Elizabeth during this webinar.
This is a safe and pragmatic way for us to continue to ‘meet up’ and keep connected in these uncertain times.
We look forward to your active participation!
About our Speaker - Elizabeth Howells
From a career start in finance in the corporate sector Elizabeth returned to University to follow her passion for people and business. A consulting psychologist for the past 10 years, Elizabeth has leveraged her expertise and education working with clients from small start-up to large private and public sector corporations.
She has designed, developed and delivered human resource strategy, assessment, coaching, training, performance management and organisational development initiatives. She is a registered psychologist and a member of the New Zealand Psychological Society.
Elizabeth has a keen interest in the postgraduate training of organisational psychologists, is a committee member of the Auckland I/O Psychology Special Interest Group, and was a founding member, Secretary and Treasurer for the NZ Coaching Psychology Special interest group.
- Members FREE, Non-Members $10.
- Times listed are NZDT.
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