wed18aug4:00 pm5:00 pmOn ZoomThe Neuroscience of Inspiration, With Al RoehlA Personal Growth Roundtable, with Al Roehl4:00 pm - 5:00 pm(GMT-05:00) View in my time WHO THIS IS FOR:All Team Members,CEOs,Leaders,personal growth
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WHY THIS TOPIC:
WHY THIS TOPIC:
Inspiration. You may know that it is one of the top ten emotions. But you may not know that our brains are not naturally programmed to motivate ourselves and inspire others. The brain’s default mechanisms are programmed to have us behave the exact opposite of what is needed for inspiration.
These behavioral skills need to be learned. The need for leaders to inspire is greater today than ever before. The data is unequivocal. Employees who feel “inspired” are more than 2X more productive than employees who are simply “engaged.”
So, if you want to inspire and not just “lead” this roundtable is for you.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- The four strategies and four practical tools you can use right away to help motivate yourself and inspire others
THIS MIGHT BE FOR YOU IF YOU ARE
- a leader who is grappling with turnover and employee morale concerns
- an individual who was recently put in the position to lead a group for the first time
- someone who struggles to motivate themselves, much less others
Al Roehl is an ex-CEO who led businesses and teams on a global scale. He has advised senior leaders from the world’s giant companies. Recognizing that sustainable behavioral change is possible if we use neuroscience to help change our thinking, he received his certifications in Applied Neuroscience and Brain Health and Brain-Based Executive Coaching. He recently founded The Neuro-Fitness Center, where companies and individuals can do some “brain-lifting” to improve their productivity and happiness.