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The Neuroscience of Success® Using the Power of the Brain to Advance Life and Business Strategies with Scott Halford

  • 10 Dec 2015
  • 7:45 AM - 10:00 AM
  • Denver University, Craig Hall, 2148 S. High Street, Denver, CO 80208

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The Neuroscience of Success® Using the Power of the Brain to Advance Life and Business Strategies

Thursday, December 10, 2015

7:45 am - 8:30 am Networking & Continental Breakfast

8:30 am - 10:00 am Program 





You want to sell more, produce more, keep employees engaged, retain your top talent – you want it all. It all starts in the brain.

Recent neuroscience discoveries tell us what switches people on and what turns them off. What attracts and what repels. As we learn more about the brain, we have more accurate tools to help us do what we’ve been trying to do for decades.

National Hall of Fame speaker, Scott Halford, CSP, CPAE provides insights into the lessons from neuroscience that help us achieve results and excellence. He is an internationally recognized speaker, educator and authority on emotional intelligence and the use of neuroscience in business.

Through his interactive and engaging presentation you will learn how to better lead people to achieve results that drive your business strategies forward.

Scott is the bestselling author of Be a Shortcut: The Secret Fast Track to Business Success. His new book: Activate Your Brain: How Understanding Your Brain can Improve Your Work and Life is based on his work in behavioral neuroscience and its business applications.

Here's what you can expect - all embedded in the science of the brain: 

· Learn about “danger surfing™” – how it leads to huge decreases in productivity and profitability and what you can do to stop it in your organization.

· Discover how to increase your own and other’s attention density in the areas you deem important in your business and life.

· Discover how prioritization is critical for the brain and learn how to do it.

· Learn how engagement is a deliberate act.

· Find out what you need to do to spend time in the fertile “executive brain” while avoiding the destructive animal brain.

· Practice accessing the areas of your brain that allow you to perform better and smarter.

· Learn about the brain’s threat and reward system and the ways you can use it to change behavior and beliefs.

· Discover attractor behaviors that benefit you in leadership, sales and negotiations.

· Find out how to make and keep goals; avoid the distraction of over commitment.

The first 75 registrants will receive a copy of his new book


To learn more about Scott Halford, click here


Have a Book to Spare?

In the spirit of this season of giving, our partner Daniels College of Business has offered to ship books collected at the December event to the College of Business and Management Sciences at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda.  Please bring a business book, or several, to the December event and we will send them on their way. 

 *this program has been submitted for HRCI credit


In today’s knowledge economy we’re paid to think, and we need to find ways to be more strategic about it. Science is discovering more and more each day about how the brain functions.  Even though researchers will agree that they’ve made important discoveries over the past fifteen years, much about the brain still remains a mystery.  What we do know is very interesting because it gives us a peak into the connection between our wiring and our performance.  This awareness gives us clues about how to become better leaders for our teams, our organizations and ourselves.

What part of this new information is most relevant to the workplace?  And, how can we practically apply these new discoveries to impact talent engagement and the bottom line?  To answer these questions and more, we’ll explore the neuroscience behind change and how brain-friendly concepts are currently being applied in several organizations.  We’ll talk about how its changed organizational cultures, helped to align teams, fostered individual growth and become part of these organizations’ best practices.

Participants will:

1.  Explore the behavioral neuroscience behind change;

2.  Examine the relationship between thoughts, actions and perceptions of others;

3.  Learn how brain-friendly practices can be applied in the workplace;

4.  Practice these methods with a case study; and,

5.  Leave with 3 takeaways to apply at work.

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