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CODIC: Getting the Most From Your Brain, Neesa Sweet

  • Saturday, May 07, 2016
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Benedictine University, Lisle, IL Kindlon Hall Room 164


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Getting the Most from Your Brain, Neesa Sweet


Advances in neuroscience over the past several years have given us the power to  literally see inside people’s heads.   What we’re learning provides insight into how we communicate, work together, affect each other emotionally, use resources, make decisions, pursue innovation and have influence in groups—in short, the stuff of OD. 

Join us when Neesa Sweet of the Braided River Group Ltd. takes us on a journey through what we know now that we didn’t know before and explains how we can use that in our work.  Along the way, we’ll become acquainted with memorable models and operational tactics, and hear stories of researchers, writers and practitioners such as Daniel Siegel, Matt Lieberman, Naomi Eisenberger, Evian Gordon, David Rock, Charles Duhigg and others who are bridging the gap between the worlds of research, business and personal application. 

Be prepared to learn some useful techniques, to practice them, and to gain additional insights through interactive activities.  Leave with takeaways  you can put to work for your clients and in your life.

Neesa Sweet is an executive and team coach, change consultant, facilitator, writer and speaker.  Formerly the Director of Learning and Development at the Chicago Sun-Times, she consults to Fortune 500s, healthcare organizations, associations and independent businesses.  She has long been intrigued with how brain science revelations have shown through hard science why OD values and practices make sense.  She is both a certified Neuroleadership Coach and a master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), both of which use brain friendly tactics to help people and groups gain understanding in how better to reach their goals.  She is also a past president of the Organization Development Network of Chicago.




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