There is a terrible epidemic plaguing presenters around the world and unfortunately, it's causing epic failure to business cases, team meetings, board presentations, keynote addresses, and more. The problem often goes undetected given audiences member's adept ability to fake engagement, when in fact, their brains are not paying attention at all!
The great news is, thanks to advances in neuroscience, we know so much more about how the brain is wired to pay attention, learn, and recall information.
During this short course, we will explore the art and neuroscience behind designing and delivering mesmerizing and memorable presentations.
Upon completion of this course, you'll be able to:
-Describe how to design and deliver presentations that work with the brain and not against it.
-Utilize appropriate graphics that enhance comprehension and retention of messages.
-Define basic neuroscience principles related to how the brain learns.
The servant-leader shares power puts the needs of others first and helps all people develop and perform as highly as possible.
Women commonly experience unique workplace challenges due to lack of sponsors and mentors, covert competition, gaining and retaining power, being heard, increased scrutiny, etc.
However, women’s success is not just a woman’s issue. Without the avid support of men, often the most powerful stakeholders in most large corporations, significant progress toward ending gender disparities are unlikely.
During this talk, Melissa of Melissa Majors Consulting examines research, scenarios, and best practices for leveraging servant leadership in an effort to mitigate barriers to women’s success. This discussion is relevant for both men and women of all levels.
-Articulate the case for servant leadership as it relates to mitigating common challenges women face in the workplace.
-Describe specific servant leadership tactics that can be used to overcome these issues.
-Gain access to resources (infographic and pre-defined social posts) that can be used to continue the conversation with your network.
The business case for inclusion continues to grow, as evidenced through research from the likes of Boston Consulting Group, Harvard Business Review, Catalyst, and the NeuroLeadership Institute. translating that research into actionable tactics is where the difficulty lies.
Join Melissa Majors, CEO of Melissa Majors Consulting for a blame-free examination of how to become a more inclusive leader.
This discussion is for all leaders; leaders of self, people, initiatives, and organizations.
After attending this webinar, you'll be able to:
-Identify and describe the difference between diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity.
-Gain insight into the habits and tactics used by inclusive leaders.
-Unlock access to social posts, job aides, and toolkits to help build inclusive habits.