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Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Summit 2011: Speaker & Topic Announcement

Join us at the 2011 Summit from 8 to 10 November in San Francisco, USA. The theme in 2011 is 'Adaptive Organizations'. This year we will be taking a more organizational perspective, and involving more senior executives in the discussion, while we think about how to create more resilient, dynamic, adaptive organizations through understanding the brain.

The 2010 NeuroLeadership Summit was our best yet. Our goal is to make 2011 even better, and we think we're on track to do so. Take a look at the program that is confirmed so far...

Zimbardo Johansen

Burton

Dweck

Gross

Siegel

Lieberman

Boroditsky





Dr Philip Zimbardo – one of the most famous psychologists alive today. The researcher behind the famous Stanford Prisoner Experiment. Dr Zimbardo will present on 'The Leader as Hero’.
Click here
to see what Jonah Lehrer said about Dr Zimbardo’s work in the Wall Street Journal recently.

Bob Johansen, from the Institute for the Future, one of the world's leading futurist think tanks, will be joined by Dr Robert Burton, neurologist & author of 'On Being Certain' to present on 'Why it is hard to think about the future, and how to do it better'.

Dr Carol Dweck, author of the bestseller ‘Mindsets’ will present on the question of 'What beliefs organizations should hold in order to be more adaptive'.

Dr James Gross, founding father of emotion regulation research, will talk about 'How organizations can better harness emotions to be more adaptive'.

Dr Daniel Siegel, bestselling author and one of the leading researchers around the neuroscience of mindfulness, will talk about 'Creating adaptive, resilient organizations'.


Dr Matthew Lieberman will talk about 'The importance of the social brain for leaders', focused on the inherent challenges in the brain of being a leader.


Dr Lera Boroditsky will talk about 'The power of language' and how language can be used to create change.

Some of the breakout topics will include:
  • Designing a global talent management framework based on the brain
  • Real time bio feedback in leadership programs
  • What we have learned from the five Summits so far
  • The Neuroscience of goals
  • Differential leadership across ages, gender and stages
  • The senior executive brain

There are a number of programmatic changes based on your feedback, including:
  • Gala dinner on the first night
  • Leaving night two free for self organized groups/downtown
  • More space for the surprisingly popular lunchtime meet the scientist sessions
  • Accommodation on site


The things that work really well, such as interaction in the sessions, we have kept.

There are many more sessions in discussion, look out for announcements on further developments coming soon...

5 Comments:

Blogger Executive and Business Coaching Foundation India Limited said...

Thanks for your information by Revathi

August 23, 2011 at 2:35 AM  
Blogger Amarant said...

Do you have this seminar on video? I was really interested in going but something came up at the last minute. I wish I could at least get an idea of the discussions that went on.

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Do you have a transcript or a Video about the seminar I really want to listen in.

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Blogger Minerva Dobrev said...

I wished that there was another one of these seminars to be held nearby this year. It really is good to attend these sorts of symposiums according to my business coach in uk if you really are passionate to become of full blast entrepreneur.

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