Have you ever wondered how what goes on inside our brains impacts how we, as talent development professionals, engage leaders today? Step into the fascinating world of neuroleadership based on David Rock's "SCARF" model and experience for yourself the ways in which your brain drives you toward - or away from - certain situations which, in turn, affects how you process information, learn, and lead.
Come to this interactive professional development workshop and take away:
* The building blocks of neuroscience and neuroleadership
* Ways you can apply Rock's SCARF model to your specific leadership or leadership development situation
* A customized, science-based plan to onboard, support, and develop leaders in your organization
Presenter: Alison Torrillo French
An experienced facilitator, trainer and coach, Alison has led projects within the education, government, and private sectors for more than 20 years. She has facilitated strategic planning meetings, visioning sessions, corporate retreats and skills training workshops; conducted in-depth change, leadership and product assessments; developed and deployed strategic communication campaigns; and been recognized as a trusted adviser and go-to person by many clients.
Her accomplishments range from being rated as a top instructor for the Deloitte Consulting Milestone Program and launching a career mentoring program for BearingPoint, to building and Presenter Bio: deploying a comprehensive change plan for a major Defense technology initiative with more than 7,000 end users, which, through direct engagement with top leaders, significantly influenced positive perception of the initiative and elevated its change management program to become recognized as a model within the agency.
“I honestly believe that I am a better and smarter person by having the opportunity to work with you," is how one client summed up his experience working with Alison.
Alison holds a Bachelor's degree with distinction in communications from Cornell University and a Master of Business Administration from the Kogod School of Business at American University.