Coaching involves working with people’s brains and helping the coachee to get the most out of themselves. Understanding what the parts of the brain are and how they work along with the chemicals that are soaring through people’s bodies empowers the coach to support people to release even more of their potential. This exciting and interactive workshop will give you:
• An overview of the benefits of neuroscience in Coaching
• A quick tour of the brain and it’s main communication molecules
• 3 examples of how practically neuroscience can facilitate better Coaching
The workshop is ideal for anyone with an interest in the future of Coaching, especially from a skills and knowledge perspective.
NB. Please arrive 6.30pm for the 7pm start.
About Amy Brann
Amy Brann is a thought leader in the field of human potential. Leaving UCL medical school to pursue a Coaching career she became fascinated by what the brain can teach us to help transform thinking & performance. Participating in over 12,000 hours of Coaching with clients all over the world, Amy has consulted for companies in Europe, Asia and Australia and enjoys delivering interactive talks and workshops. Her company, Synaptic Potential, is pursuing research opportunities to advance the practical applications of what neuroscience can bring to businesses. She is the author of ‘Make Your Brain Work’ published by Kogan page in 2013 and ‘Neuroscience for Coaches’ due out in November 2014.