Is it true that if we can change someone’s belief, then we can also change their actions? Definitely. But belief isn’t the only thing that can change our brains. That’s where an understanding of neuroscience can help to create personal and organizational agility. Among other implications from breakthrough brain science, this workshop will unravel four key factors – Belief, Action, Social and Environment, which combine to influence the way people’s brain perceives the world. Leaders will learn the simple reason why humans do not like change, how to lead change, and how to become more agile. After going through the session, participants may be surprised to find that they are now empowered with the capability to change anyone – starting with themselves. Agility is easier once you know the secret of how the brain works!
- Understand how our brain works in context of leadership and people management
- Learn a brain agility tool called B.A.S.E. that can help lead personal and organizational transformations
- Develop a leadership strategy for yourself and/or your team
Dr. Thun’s research and teaching focuses on dissecting complex management and business models and cascading them for easy implementation by companies cross different industries. His robust B.A.S.E. model has inspired numerous organizations in their transformation processes. He’s the author of the Brain-Based Leadership book series (2013-2016), a bestselling The Leadership Journey (2018) and is a regular newspaper columnist. In 2015, Dr Thun was the recipient of World HRD Congress’s “Global Coaching Leadership Award” and named “Consultant of the Year” by the Ministry of Industry, Thailand.
THUN (TAN) THAMRONGNAWASAWAT
- University of Illinois @ Urbana Champaign, Ph.D.,
- MSc, CBA; Neuroleadership Institute
- Ex MSc; Middlebury College, BA
AREA OF EXPERTISE
Neuroscience of Leadership, Leadership Energy, Innovative Culture, Agility, Emotional Intelligence, People Management