Networking: 12:00pm -12:30pm
Session: 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Lunch will be provided
The workplace of the future is going to be one typified by technology transformation, industry disruption and changes to products, services and business models. An essential pillar to competitive advantage in this climate is the ability for organizations and employees to continually learn and adapt.
So, how does an organization harness and align learning at the individual and organizational level? How can the workforce acquire new skills and capabilities at the speed of business?
Advances in neuroscience and its application in business can now support these and other key organizational challenges. The brain is vital to our existence and serves as the seat of human consciousness; it stores our memories, enables us to feel emotions, and gives us our personalities. In short, the brain creates the behaviors that allow us to survive and makes us who we are.
Using Neuroscience, it is now possible to understand behavior based on brain activity and to use this knowledge to optimize human capital. It is especially powerful to predict future performance and therefore guide people through change and learning.
The discussion will be interactive and participative to anchor key insights.
Through the session you will take away: -
- Key insights into the role of neuroscience to enhance business performance
- Understand the components of ‘behavior’ as it relates to the workplace and how to use behavioral insights to optimize personal productivity and performance
- How behavior-based insights can support individual and organization learning
About the Facilitator
Mark Tully is the founder of PRISM Brain Mapping in the USA as well as the founder of a capability training and consultancy practice head quartered in Dubai.
A successful corporate career provided Mark with organizational experience in the Middle East, Asia and Europe. Throughout his corporate career and in his consultancy practice, one thing that distinguished Mark was his decision to step out of education at 16 years of age.
Mark has first-hand experience of the power of self-learning and the role that behavior can play to strengthen or undermine personal and organizational performance. His interest in neuroscience and the role of behaviour development in the workplace lead Mark to PRISM Brain Mapping, a leading neuroscience-based behavior mapping instrument, which has enabled Mark’s consultancy practice to support personal and organizational development in new, contemporary ways.
Mark is a graduate with an MBA from Henley Management College in his native UK.