Spotlight Stage SPL127
Top Mistakes Made in Building a Learning Culture - and What to Do about Them Using Insights from Neuroscience - With Amy Brann
Date Thursday, Nov 28 Time –
The science has been around for some time now to inform good practice when it comes to learning. However, only a small proportion of organisations are using this as a foundation to their learning culture. Simple changes can build a powerhouse of passionate individuals equipped to learn.
Synaptic Potential, UK
Amy is the Director of Synaptic Potential, the international team of thought leaders applying cutting edge science to organizations. They have worked with companies such as Warner Brothers, EY, University of Nottingham Ningbo China, Twinings, the NHS, News UK, and Mondelez International. Their bespoke approach means they partner with organizations to help them strengthen their strategy, culture and performance.
The team works globally sharing reliably simple applications of neuroscience that lead to game changing insights and results. Having partnered with Bangor University’s Behavior Change Centre the approaches used gained additional credibility from the input of diverse researchers.
When Amy speaks she passionately delivers the message that you and your organization have a huge amount of potential that can be better accessed if you understand how to work with your brain optimally.
Leaving UCL medical school with a fascination around how to get people who are good to be even better Amy weaves all these insights into practical takeaways. Your brain may not be the whole answer…but it is the best place to start!
Amy is the author of three books: ‘Make Your Brain Work’, ‘Neuroscience for Coaches’ & ‘Engaged: The neuroscience behind creating productive people in successful organizations’.
She is also an associate at Cambridge University’s Moller Institute and visiting lecturer to Manchester Metropolitan University teaching the neuroscience of leadership on the Master of Sports Directorship programme.