Thursday, January 14, 2021
8:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. MST
In uncertain times, we look for leaders who can instill confidence and calm, set the tone, explain and help us make sense of the world. Inspiring the team, increasing and maintaining engagement and simply keeping things afloat requires knowledge and skill. But who helps the leaders?
Before leaders can inspire, engage, and simply keep things afloat, they must address the dynamic emotions and reactions of everyone involved; themselves included. In this virtual session led by Scott Halford, we will explore the neuroscience behind trust, identifiable traits which trigger the feelings and responses that we share in challenging times, and the care and feeding of the brain.
Scott Halford is a best-selling author and highly recognized international speaker and educator for business professionals. He focuses on brain-based behavioral science, emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and influence. He is a member of leadership faculty at Crotonville for GE, and his other clients include Google, Bank of America, American Airlines, Medtronic, Western Union, and many other venerable businesses in the world.
Scott is the author of Activate Your Brain, a Wall Street Journal best-selling book and Be a Shortcut – The Secret Fast-track to Business Success.
He has been the “Brainy Business” columnist for Entrepreneur.com, and a blogger for Huffington Post.
Scott calls Denver, Colorado home where he enjoys the outdoors and all the things that go with it!