|Date||25 May 2021|
|Price||Exclusive to members of The Henley Partnership *Up to 30 Places*|
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Who do you know that you would follow as a leader and trust to guide you well? And who do you know that you would never choose to follow? What is different about the response that they create in your brain and how do their brains work differently? In this webinar, we will explore what it means to be a leader and how to be the sort of leader that people are willing to follow.
Neuroscience of leadership and followership.
We will also focus on what happens in the brains of followers when they are led by different types of leaders and therefore how to develop followership as a leader. Using the Primary Colours® model of leadership, we will also consider how the brain responds to different types of leadership tasks. Finally, there will be a chance to reflect on how you might change your leadership style to become a more effective leader.
Who should attend?
Individuals who are leaders who want to increase their effectiveness; individuals who train or coach leaders who want to know the latest information about leadership and the brain.
This events primary theme is STRATEGY AND INNOVATION and the secondary theme is PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS.
It is relevant to the development of Neuroscience, Brain, Leadership, Followership, Primary Colours®, Style, Reflection, Impact, Reaction
Professor Patricia Riddell
Professor Patricia Riddell is a chartered psychologist who teaches and researches neuroscience at the University of Reading. She was awarded her BSc from the University of Glasgow, and an MSc from Imperial College, before receiving a doctorate in Physiological Sciences from Oxford University. Patricia teaches on the MSc in Coaching and Behavioural Change, to which she brings her knowledge of applied neuroscience. Her research areas include learning and memory, motivation and leadership. Patricia co-authored The Neuroscience of Leadership Coaching. This book uses case studies to demonstrate how a knowledge of neuroscience can increase both understanding of coaching and flexibility in the tools that coaches use.
“I loved Tricia Riddell’s webinar, which was so clear and relevant... This has catalysed my thinking about neuroscience ... and I want to learn more. Would love more workshops with her.”Quote about Professor Patricia Riddell
*Up to 30 places per member organisation. 'Up to' indicates the maximum number per member organisation, it is not an allocation of places. All places are subject to availability at the time of booking.