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Neuroscience Hacks for Learning and Development Leaders

  • 10 May 2022
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Zoom


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Work has changed hugely. And with it has come lots of threat and uncertainty. Since our brains are basically created to function as our “protector” from threat, those leading behavioral change realize better successes with their learners when aspects of how the brain perceives and processes change are taken into account when implementing learning and development initiatives.

Tricia Steege, Transformation Strategies will be sharing the latest evidence based neuroscience research for organizational change - what happens to the brain during change, how it perceives change and the specific tactical actions we can take as leaders to help our clients move from a place of protecting themselves to fully embracing what their organizational leaders are asking them to do.

By the end of this session, attendees will be able to:

1) Describe how implementing neuroscience concepts/activities facilitate change learning and adoption

2) Educate their leadership clients how neuroscience perspectives on change and understanding of people will help build confidence in their ability to lead others through change

3) Talk about how implementing change neuroscience concepts drive best practices throughout the ATD Capability Model

About the Speaker

Tricia Steege, Founder and CEO of Transformation Strategies is a seasoned organizational change consultant with 30 years of experience completing successful engagements with companies based in the US, Canada, Europe, South Africa and the Asia Pacific Region. Tricia often speaks about organizational agility and change management. But her greatest passion is coaching leaders to help them explore what is getting in their own way of building trust filled relationships that enable others to make the personal decision to adopt change.

Tricia is frequently sought out for her expertise in change and transformation strategy, executive coaching, strategic planning, leadership development, learning and instructional design, and virtual leadership. She is known for her ability to quickly identify root cause issues and facilitate situations of high change to resolution.

She is a published author and has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences including the Project Management Institute (PMI), Association for Change Management Professionals (ACMP), the American Society Training and Development (ASTD) and Meeting Planning International (MPI). Clients include Vanguard, TD Bank, Lockheed Martin, Unisys, Wolters Kluwer, Astra Zeneca, Pfizer and Merck.

Contact us: 

Mid New Jersey ATD
P.O. Box 8567
Princeton, NJ 08543

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