The Talent Professional’s Guide to Building High-Performing Teams
Here's what you'll learn:
Brain Science of Learning for Teachers
Research on the neuroscience of learning continues to evolve, adding new understanding to how the brain learns, builds memories, processes failure, and shifts behavior. These findings are shaping how learning should be designed by educators and experienced by learners. At the same time, technology has completely transformed what is possible in learning making it not only faster, but also more realistic, effective and affordable…IF it’s used correctly.
All learning occurs in the brain, regardless of the media through which it is consumed. Join Dr. Britt Andreatta, author of Wired to Grow and The Neuroscience of Learning, as she shares best- and next-practices in brain-based learning.
The Brain Science Behind VR and Immersive Learning
Britt Andreatta and Rachel Lanham co-presented this exciting webinar discussing the brain science of learning and why immersive learning is so impactful, as well as how to optimize XR training to get the most bang out of your training hours.
Britt outline's how businesses are leveraging immersive learning to improve retention and recall. Rachel will also break down the when, why, and how to get started with brain-based immersive learning.
Using Neuroscience to Create Purpose and Fulfillment at Work
Britt Andreatta, Aaron Hurst, and Arthur Woods co-presented this exciting webinar discussing how managers can bring purpose and fulfillment to their teams, backed by science.
They've incorporated some exciting, newly-released, breakthrough research from Imperative, PwC, and CECP. The study polls over 2,000 employees and profiles dozens of executives to gauge their perception of fulfillment vs. engagement to understand their current fulfillment at work as well as the performance implications of being fulfilled.
On-Demand Webinar: The Seismic Shift
Headlines are blazing with stories on harassment and the launch of the #MeToo and #TimesUp initiatives. These discussions, resonating with people in every sector, all around the world, have quickly moved beyond the entertainment/media industry. The repercussions are driving strong emotions and difficult conversations in our workplaces, at dinner tables, in classrooms and in government chambers. Learn the brain science of power and harassment and gain new understanding about the forces behind this tectonic shift and what it means for workplace interactions.