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Leading with Love & Compassion: Growing with the i4 Neuroleader Model

February 05, 2019
Training with About my Brain can help you grow as a person and as a leader while developing practical leadership skills by changing the way you think.
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Bring Balance Back to Your Life with the i4 Neuroleader Model

January 29, 2019
The i4 Neuroleader Model can be applied to not only improve leadership skills and abilities but to enhance everyday interactions with others.
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VUCA In The Public Sector & The i4 Neuroleader Model

January 22, 2019
In a volatile, uncertain world, true leadership advances with a personal understanding of the importance of the brain, gut and heart.
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Move Fast, Stay Upright

July 05, 2018
For organisations to continue to grow and succeed, next generation leaders must be able to handle any change thrown their way.
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Leading A New Generation - Leading With Vulnerability

May 15, 2018
We all feel vulnerable sometimes, but for leaders the pressure to perform at high levels means that we are reluctant to admit weakness, even to ourselves. We feel the need to project confidence, certainty & decisiveness, often at the expense of acknowledging we sometimes have no idea what to do next
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Is Your Salon “Brain Friendly”?

June 15, 2016
Sure, education and knowledge go a long way, but when was the last time you thought about the imagination, intuition and empathy of your staff?
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Key Insights From An i4 Practitioner For Creating A Brain-Friendly Culture

April 27, 2016
Creating a brain-friendly culture means adjusting our current reality to new ways of being and working.
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Creating a Brain Friendly Culture At Ultraceuticals

February 12, 2016
This case study examines the ongoing journey of Ultraceuticals in Creating a Brain Friendly Culture with the i4 Methodology.
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Giving A Head Start To Our Leaders Of Tomorrow

March 27, 2015
Giving a Head Start to our Leaders of Tomorrow - an application of the i4 Neuroleader Model.
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