A one-day workshop looking at the neuroscience that underpins team performance and the ways in which teams and team leaders can use that information to achieve significant performance improvements.
Ask yourself, is your team working to its full potential? Do team members communicate with one another effectively? Are ideas and suggestions freely shared and openly discussed?
If you want to improve the performance and engagement of your team, you are in the right place. Richmond Foundation invites you to a one-day workshop looking at the neuroscience that underpins team performance and the ways in which teams and team leaders can use that information to achieve significant performance improvements, increased motivation and higher engagement.
We can show you how to reignite your team’s spirit, their sense of contribution, their engagement to both their individual role and their role within the team. And we do that through the appliance of neuroscience.
The structure of the workshop
· What is a team? Following introductions we will begin by agreeing a common definition of what a team is and agree our objectives for the day.
· Your amazing brain. The human brain is the most complex think known to humanity, but the latest scanning technologies are today enabling us to understand more and more about how it works and makes us the people we are. During this fascinating, fun and not too technical session we will look at the workings of the brain, its strengths and limitations.
· Biology meets psychology. A look at how the physical attributes of brains turn into psychological attributes, and in doing so, create the foundations of our preferences, personalities and character.
· The MiND Instrument. The MiND Instrument is a questionnaire and feedback reports that enables delegates to translate the neuroscience of how brains work into a personalised understanding of the workings of their own mind. Most delegates find the information contained in the MiND report extremely insightful and useful, as it does not look at skills and abilities that they are most likely already aware of, but rather at the energy and motivation that energy and motivation that provides all of us with a unique perspective.
· The whole-brained team. Based on the insights from the individual MiND feedback reports, we will look at the ways in which these insights can assist us in improving a team’s performance, both from the perspective of a team member and that of a team leader.
· Action plan. At the end of the workshop delegates will spend time consolidating their thoughts and ideas from the day and setting out a plan for themselves as to the actions they could implement to improve their personal performance and/or that of their team.
Who is it for?
The workshop is aimed at managers and team leaders who want to optimise the performance of their team. It is also suitable for HR or training professionals who are involved in advising team leaders, or in helping them achieve higher performance standards, and also for members of team who are interested in improving their personal performance within a team environment.
About the Workshop Leader
Alistair Schofield is a Director of MyBrain International and was the lead researcher in the creation of the MiND Instrument. Before co-founding MyBrain International, Schofield held a variety of senior leadership and Board level roles in European and multinational companies. He is also a Trustee of the UK charity VoiceAbility.
Date, Costs and Location
The workshop will be on Friday 22nd November at Richmond Foundation training centre in Santa Venera. The cost is €160 per person with an early bird discount of 25% till 11th of October 2019.
The workshop is also eligible for funding under the Investing in Skills Programme, which can reduce the cost by up to 70%. To book, please contact us via email on firstname.lastname@example.org