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The Neuroscience of Navigating Change: Create Resilient Teams in Turbulent Times
Rapid and relentless change is now the norm in today’s global business environment. Markets shift overnight; teams must collaborate across geographies, time zones and cultures; and the future is always uncertain.

The human brain is wired to seek reward and avoid pain. Since change is associated with the fear of a potentially painful future, we must first understand how fear shuts down the key planning, innovation and emotional engagement areas of the brain.

In this dynamic and highly interactive session, you’ll learn key neuroscience techniques that can be applied to shift a person’s, a team’s or an entire organization’s mindset with remarkable results — yielding greater innovation, social connection, vision, emotional engagement and open communication.

Join us for a program that will turbocharge your ability to navigate change, create a more positive and empowered culture, and generate more compelling results — and get these outcomes faster and with deeper fulfillment.

Bill Gates calls her “super high bandwidth.” For over 30 years leadership and culture coach Christine Comaford has helped organizations navigate growth and change. She specializes in applied neuroscience, which helps her clients achieve tremendous results in record time. Christine was a software engineer in the early days of Microsoft and Apple, and as an entrepreneur she built and sold five companies with an average ROI of 700%. During her diverse career she has consulted with over 700 of the Fortune 1000, 300 mid-sized enterprises, 2 White House administrations, and 8 billionaires.

The guest speaker(s) is neither an employee nor affiliated with First Republic. Opinions expressed by the guest speaker(s) are solely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of First Republic.

Apr 27, 2021 01:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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