18 h 00 min - 19 h 30 min
When it comes to working across differences effectively, does your brain work for you or against you? How are trust and collaboration, hallmarks of performance effectiveness, impacted by the brain’s base instincts? In this webinar, Shannon Murphy will highlight recent neuroscience research that is shedding tremendous light on the brain and how the brain can trip us up, despite our good intentions to be inclusive. Left unchecked, the brain’s base instincts can erode trust, engagement, and team performance. Yet, these dynamics can be better understood and recognized in order to override and repattern base responses.
Shannon Murphy is CEO of BrainSkills@Work, keynote speaker, highly sought after trainer and consultant that helps individuals and organizations be more inclusive, culturally agile, and more effective leaders.
A recognized thought leader, Shannon is co-author of book Neuroscience of Inclusion: New Skills for New Times, and the BrainStates Awareness Profile. She brings over 20 years of expertise in diversity, equity, and inclusion; intercultural management; and leadership development. She has successfully created and implemented large scale training initiatives, training tens of thousands of employees with companies like Deloitte, Medtronic, CHRISTUS Health System, Barr Engineering, Deluxe, and others.
She has an M.A. in Intercultural Management and Leadership Development. In 2012, she achieved Advanced Certification as a NeuroBusiness coach at Harvard. She is certified in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Quantum Healing. She loves traveling, scuba diving, and spending time with her 3 kids. You can add her to your network https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannonmurphyrobinson/