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Your Brain on Change: How to Thrive in and Help Manage Rapid Change
Change is the only constant. Our brains are designed to function best with a delicate balance of monotony and change. This is, of course, not what work and life throws at us. So how can we prepare ourselves and our teams to thrive in periods of change?
Drawing from psychology, behavioural science, and neuroscience, Dr. Lisa Bélanger shares practical tips to helps teams to perform well even in high-stress situations. She provides simple tools that build resilience, enhance performance, and improve our ability to handle stress and pressure in periods of rapid change.
Audiences will learn:
• How to establish behaviours and thought processes required to thrive in both monotony and change.
• How to design and implement specific habits to improve focus and manage attention.
• Steps to set up an environment and community to facilitate mental well-being and promote healthy behaviours.
• How to effectively manage mindsets and maintain a positive mindset.

More info: https://cipmm-icagm.ca/webinars/

Jul 15, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Dr. Lisa Bélanger
Behavioural Change Expert, Researcher/ Experte des changements comportementaux et chercheure
Award-winning CEO Dr. Lisa Bélanger shows leaders and teams how insights from psychology, neuroscience, and behavioural science can be applied in the workplace to optimize performance, productivity, and innovation. She helps close the gap between intention and action, resulting in long-term change and a greater competitive advantage. She holds a PhD in Behavioural Medicine, and is a Certified Exercise Physiologist, a researcher at the University of Calgary, and an instructor at the University of Alberta Executive Education. -- Chef de la direction primée, Bélanger, Ph. D. démontre aux dirigeants et aux équipes en quoi les enseignements de la psychologie, des neurosciences et des sciences du comportement peuvent s’appliquer dans les milieux de travail pour optimiser le rendement, la productivité et l’innovation. Elle aide à réduire l’écart entre l’intention et l’action, ce qui se traduit par un changement à long terme et un avantage concurrentiel accru.