Our programs.

 
 
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Underpinned by the C.R.E.A.T.E © approach, our interactive programs are designed and delivered to encourage reflection, observation and practice to ReWire your brain.

ALL PROGRAMS ARE AVAILABLE TO INDIVIDUALS, TEAMS AND ORGANISATIONS,
AND CAN BE TAILORED TO YOUR SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS.

 
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ReWIRE YOUR LEADERSHIP:

When leading others, there is a neuro-evolution going on! From influencing and engaging to collaborating with others, neuro-leaders understand what is happening in their brain makes all the difference. Given the brain controls everything you do, the latest neuroscience is providing unprecedented insight into how the brain really works, supporting leaders to better understand themselves & their impact on others.

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PARTICIPANTS LEARN TO:

Understand the brain’s key organising principle

Gain insight into your personal hidden motivations & triggers

Understand the brain’s social needs when leading others

Build your self & social awareness by working with the brain, not against it

Apply ways to be a more effective brain savvy leader


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ReWIRE TO STAY COOL, CALM
AND CONNECTED:

Why do you automatically react negatively to some situations and positively to others?
It’s not you, it’s your brain! Neuroscience is unlocking your hidden motivational drivers that influence your behaviour and the potential impact of these on you and others to help you to stay cool, calm and connected.

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PARTICIPANTS LEARN TO:

Be introduced to the brain basics

Understand how your brain impacts & influences your behaviour

Gain insight into your personal triggers

Appreciate why knowing about the brain is useful in the social world of work

Apply ways to build your self awareness and to help self-regulate to stay cool, calm & connected


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ReWIRE YOUR CONVERSATIONS:

Imagine if every conversation achieved its intent! Well, did you know 9 out of 10 conversations miss their mark?* Conversations are more than just talk. When they intersect, that can trigger a neurochemical reaction – if we feel good in those conversations we open up & partner with others, if we feel bad, we close down & protect ourselves. By knowing how your brain can react in conversations, & by applying a set of conversational conditions to lift the quality of everyday conversations, you can build your interpersonal skills.

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PARTICIPANTS LEARN TO:

Understand the brain’s fundamentals

Understand the neurochemistry of trust and distrust in conversations

Increase your self-awareness of your conversation triggers

Understand your conversational impact on others

Experience a set of conditions to build your interpersonal skills


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ReWIRE YOUR FACILITATION:

When leading a group conversation - & to get the best thinking from everyone in the time available - requires a core leadership skill, facilitation.
If facilitation is to make things easy for the group to progress & get things done, understanding how you lead the group & how the group engages, contributes & makes decisions, is the A.R.T. of successful facilitation. Advances in neuroscience are revealing ways to cultivate environments to bring out your best when leading. Realise your facilitative leader potential by applying a brain based approach that primes the group for productivity to optimise the group’s best thinking.

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PARTICIPANTS LEARN TO:

Increase your self-awareness to understand your triggers when leading a group

Understand the importance of a safe environment to encourage participation

Reveal the brain’s social needs & its impact when collaborating with others

Gain insight into how to manage the group’s brain energy

Apply the 7 P’s to maximise the group’s capacity to engage, focus & think well


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ReWIRE YOUR MEETINGS:

Are your meetings brain stifling or brain stimulating? We know productive meetings are the centre of business growth, yet meetings have gained a reputation of wasting time & talent.  What does it take for your meetings to rock! The latest brain science research is revealing that our meetings can be out of sync with our biology. 
By applying brain based principles to your meetings, you can build a brain friendly culture to cultivate your team’s capacity to do their best thinking together – optimising both time & talent.

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PARTICIPANTS LEARN TO:

Increase self awareness to understand your impact in meetings

Understand the importance of the social needs of the brain & its impact when collaborating in meetings

Improve focus in meetings by understanding the nature of attention

Appreciate the brain’s capacity to manage the group’s energy

Experience a set of conditions & practices that raise the conversation intelligence

ReWire current meeting patterns into productive habits


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ReWIRE YOUR THINKING:

When did you last experience the opportunity for uninterrupted quality, independent thinking? Not only is having the time to think a valuable resource, the quality of thinking in the time available, can be amplified, given the right set of conditions.
The Thinking Environment® is a leadership framework and brain savvy process that is based on the premise the people’s best thinking depends on how we behave with each other while thinking.**
Ten behaviours (components) of The Thinking Environment® help most. Experience The Thinking Environment® through a neuroscience lens, to understand its transformational impact on the quality of people’s thinking.

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PARTICIPANTS LEARN TO:

Learn the philosophy of The Thinking Environment®

Understand the brain science of The Thinking Environment® components and process

Experience the 10 components

Discover the many applications of The Thinking Environment® in the workplace

Apply a new way of being to support your own & others’ independent thinking

 

* © Benchmark Communications, Inc. and The CreatingWE® Institute. All rights reserved. 
** Time To Think, Nancy Kline