The pace of change in today’s business environment requires leaders to be adaptive, innovative, and forward-thinking. In this executive education program, participants will develop the skills necessary to lead change effectively. The program will focus on two critical areas: behavioural design and neuroscientific practices.
Behavioural design is an emerging field that applies behavioural science principles to design more effective and efficient systems, processes, and experiences. Neuroscientific practices, on the other hand, use the latest findings from neuroscience to improve decision-making, problem-solving, and communication skills. Over the course of this program, participants will explore the intersection of these two fields and learn how to apply them in the context of leadership. Through a series of interactive sessions, case studies, and exercises, participants will develop a deep understanding of how behavioural design and neuroscientific practices can be used to drive change and create impact within their organisations.
This program offers a unique opportunity for leaders to learn how to apply cutting-edge behavioural science and neuroscience principles to drive change and create impact within their organisations. By combining the latest research and case studies with practical exercises and personal action planning, participants will develop the skills necessary to lead change effectively and create a culture of innovation and collaboration within their organisations.