01 April, 2009 | (01 hr)
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We will take you beyond what was presented at The Conference Board's 2008 "Leadership Development Conference" for a deep dive into the key issues and take away points of the presentation. We are bringing back David Rock live in our studio for an hour to zero-in on the presentation highlights video which will be rebroadcast over the web. You will then have the opportunity to participate in an interactive discussion, question and answer session and benchmarking with your peers.
Improving human performance involves one of the hardest challenges in the known universe: changing the way people think. David Rock, Author of Quiet Leadership will address the neuroscience of bringing out the best performance in others. He will explore what's involved in literally improving the way people's brains process information. David will look at leadership development programs and analyze why they work.
This presentation will feature five segments and will include conference highlights on:
- Introduction of Neuroscience and Leadership
- Working Memory and Implications for Leadership
- Status — Perceived Threats and Behavior
- Toward and Away Behavior — Certainty and Change
- Autonomy and Relatedness
Global leadership expert Dr. Ranker of New York City uses targeted executive coaching to help many top CEOs and other senior management stretch their productivity to keep pace with the increasing demands of delivering ever greater profit, often from reduced resources. Drawing from his own experie...Full Bio
David Rock is the founder and CEO of Results Coaching Systems (RCS), which has operations in 15 countries across the globe. In his capacity as CEO, David works with Fortune 500 clients specializing in embedding internal coaching capacity within organizations to develop leaders, retain talent, imp...Full Bio
Denise Sinuk is the Director of Seminar and Conference Programming in the Human Capital Practice at the Conference Board. She has been involved in conference programming at The Conference Board for 13 years across a broad spectrum of topic areas. She has also served as conferenc...Full Bio