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Special Event at Norwest - Brain Smart Performance – Getting the Best from Yourself and Those You Lead – Tuesday 1 September

Tuesday, 28 Jul 2015

As our world and work becomes more complex, we are being asked to do so much more. As the pace of technological change accelerates, we are increasingly experiencing a state of information overload. Our most valuable asset - our brain is always on line. So how do we attain effective high performance in this challenging environment? In the last fifteen years, there has been unremitting neurological research which reveals fundamental insights about how we humans function. This information is not arbitrary – it’s factual. These studies impact everything about how we structure work and how we lead. ACS invites you to hear about the emerging and fascinating field of neuroscience and its application to how you attain the best from yourself and those you lead.

The presentation will include:

  • Understanding our brain wiring
  • The impact of emotions on performance
  • Brain smart optimal performance

Silvia de Ridder is managing director of Unconscious Potential. She works with organisations in the areas of strategy, leadership, people, organisation systems, process and structure. Silvia describes herself as an Engineer of Human Excellence. What makes Silvia unique and well positioned to add value is the combination of coaching, facilitation and change management capability with a background in engineering and project management. Silvia brings a level of knowing to the training and coaching of engineers, project managers and technical personnel to develop business and behavioural skills. Silvia has an understanding of not only the technical challenges but more so the human elements of leadership - emotional Intelligence, soft skills and the people side of change. She has also completed further studies in Positive Psychology, emotional intelligence and Neuroleadership.

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