The neuroscience of confidence & communication: Influencing outcomes
12 September 2019
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Academy Xi, 48 Druitt St, Sydney
Ever leave a conversation or an interaction confused about whether you made sense or if you were actually heard? Or maybe what you thought was clear, wasn’t so clear to your team and now you’re in a situation that you didn’t anticipate?
Our ability to confidently and effectively communicate is a strong indicator of whether we create the outcomes we want or end up with a ones we don’t. Other than the usual trial and error, there’s not a lot out there about how to use the most powerful asset you have – your brain – to confidently communicate and create the outcomes you want.
The Neuroscience of Confidence and Communication: influencing outcomes session, will neurologically help you boost your confidence and improve your communication. Using the modern principles of neuroscience we’re sharing all the tools and hacks to become an influential communicator both inside and outside of the workplace. At this session, you’ll learn:
- Basic principles of the brain (conscious and unconscious mind)
- How to neurologically boost confidence
- How to effectively communicate with others and why this neurologically matters
- How to positively influence collaboration and team members
- How to defuse heated conversations and conflict
- How to bust stress and manage difficult conversations
By the end of this workshop, you’ll be a confident and effective communicator capable of handling any conflict, conversation and situation with ease.
CEO and Co-Founder of Vitae.Coach
Shelley Laslett is the CEO and Co-Founder of Vitae.Coach (Vitae), a coaching company that combines neuroscience with technology. Vitae uses the principles of neuroscience, neuroplasticity, and brainwave technology to help people unlock their brain and accelerate personal and organisational growth. Vitae works with individuals, startups/high growth businesses and organisations focusing on strategy, growth and people.
Dates and fees
12 September 2019
6:00 pm ~ 9:00 pm
48 Druitt St,