At the second installment of this highly succesfull event delgates had the opportunity to hear from Kristen Hansen, Director EnHansen Performance, to share her in depth insights into the neuroscience of leadership and performance. She explored the key brain-based, evidence rich strategies for improving leadership of self and others, highlighting a neuroscience backed approach to adapting to the challenges of leadership and management in the modern workplace.
In addition, Professor Deborah Blackman from the University of New South Wales shared her expertise in driving employee engagement and commitment.
The forum explored:
- Brain-based, evidence rich strategies for improving leadership of self and others
- A model for advanced coaching that can substantially lift performance
- The reorientation needed to enable high performance across individual, group, organisation and system levels
Participants also heard from Commissioner for Public Sector Employment Erma Ranieri about how strong and robust performance conversations can transform teams.