What is neuroscience &
why is it important for agile coaches?

A webinar with Amy Brann

AWA Webinar

Summary

Neuroscience is fast becoming a hot topic in the Agile world. It is a very exciting and potentially an extremely powerful discipline, if harnessed and understood correctly. As Agile coaches we are agents of change, we help people in their journey of learning, growing and changing their behaviours. This journey often involves stress, gaining an understanding of what is happening neurologically for the people we work with will help us take our skills to a whole new level.

This webinar is an introduction to what Neuroscience is, debunks common neurobabble and explores what is happening in the brain when people are going through change. This is an opportunity to get advice and learn from an expert in her field.

Outcomes

  • Get an introduction to what neuroscience is
  • Why neuroscience underpins good coaching practice
  • Awareness around neurobable
  • How to help people make behaviours stick
  • How to help people deal with change and stress
  • See opportunities to work more effectively
  • Be able to confidently evaluate making your next continuous professional development choice.

 

Who would benefit?

Anyone who works with Humans

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About Amy Brann

Amy Brann, author of ‘Neuroscience for Coaches’

Amy Brann is a thought leader in the field of human potential. As the assistant training director for the International Federation of Medical Schools Association Amy enjoyed managing the team that organised the soft skills training for over 700 medical students twice a year at various locations around the world. Leaving UCL medical school to pursue a Coaching career she became fascinated by what the brain can teach us to help transform thinking & performance. She has participated in over 12,000 hours of Coaching with clients all over the world.

Now most of the time Amy can be found consulting to and training people in companies in Europe, Asia and Australia and enjoys delivering interactive talks and workshops on the application of neuroscience. Her company, Synaptic Potential, is pursuing research opportunities to advance the practical applications of what neuroscience can bring to businesses.

In her book ‘Make Your Brain Work’, featuring a fictitious Coach, Amy discusses the studies that help us understand how people really work. These are then linked to how we can individually optimise our behaviour.