Key Speaker Event

UNDERSTANDING THE BRAIN AND THE POWER OF CALM LEADERSHIP

Deborah Hulme’s session at this year’s BOC annual HR Summit Reinventing HR - Succeeding in a world of shocks on 7th & 8th December looks at the powerful role of calm leadership in times of change.

Aimed at senior HR leaders from around the globe, the session will cover:


  • The impact for leadership of understanding the brain and how it works
  • How to develop a deeper capability to regulate emotion
  • How to improve cognitive strength and manage stress more effectively
  • Enhancing leadership capabilities to sharpen our ability to perform, lead and motivate
  • Tools and insights to enable practical application
Click here for more information or get in touch to find out more about neuroscience and its role in leadership development.
Understanding how the brain works can influence how leaders approach individual and team engagement

Masterclass

THE SCIENCE BEHIND EFFECTIVE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AND CHANGE

This interactive one-day masterclass hosted by the Institute of Internal Communication is designed to introduce participants to the principles of neuroscience and its implications for communication and engagement within business.

The next neuroscience masterclass takes place in London on 16th November 2017 and will cover:


  • The latest research from neuroscience, explaining how the brain operates and what helps and hinders powerful communication and effective engagement
  • How to create and maintain work environments that encourage innovation, creativity and effective collaboration, exploring the importance of culture and trust
  • How to promote wellbeing, improve resilience and reduce stress in the workplace, increasing motivation, engagement and retention
To book your place click here. For more information on the role of neuroscience in change communication, please get in touch.
The science of engagement and change

Masterclass

THE NEUROSCIENCE OF CHANGE COMMUNICATION

In her internal communications Masterclass in Barcelona on 6th October Deborah Hulme explored the latest research on behaviour, theory and practical applications relevant to change management and specifically relating to how we communicate with and engage around the change agenda.

Deborah's masterclass:


  • Combines insights from behavioural and neuroscience disciplines with existing communication, change and engagement models
  • Provides a deeper understanding of motivations, behaviours and cognitive strength
  • Facilitates discussion around practical application to initiate, communicate and embed change within your organisation
For more information on the role of neuroscience in change and engagement and on our masterclasses, training workshops and development programmes get in touch.
The neuroscience of change communication masterclass took place in Barcelona in October 2017

Key Speaker Event

TIME TO THINK FOCUS ON THAT WHICH YOU CANNOT SEE

In July, Deborah Hulme was invited to join an exclusive line-up of speakers at the IOIC's Soapbox in a Selfie Age Summer Garden Party.

Deborah's session raised some interesting points for self, leadership and performance generally, highlighting that:


  • We tend to focus on changing the visible (behaviour)
  • We don't often think about supporting people and teams to think in a better way
  • Doing so allows people the space to process information and make their own connections for deeper levels of understanding
  • This has implications for how we approach and plan communications including timing and space
Read our blog for more information on the themes covered, or get in touch to find out more about the strategic support we provide for internal communications teams, leadership, HR and organisational change professionals.
Exploring why time dedicated to thinking is time well spent

TV

MINDSET AND ENGAGEMENT FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE

In May 2017, Deborah Hulme presented a session on mindset and engagement for high performance on Business Connections Live TV. Her session covered:

  • The impact of emotion in the workplace
  • The motivational triggers of intrinsic rewards
  • How to build relationships and create conversations that boost creativity
  • The role of neuroscience in leadership and engagement
  • The influence of unwritten versus written rules in organisations
  • The untapped potential of organisational vision and values
For more information on how mindset and engagement can improve organisational performance, please get in touch.
Click to view Deborah Hulme's live TV appearance