Wired to Connect: The Neuroscience of Teams
Teams power more and more of today’s work. In fact, nearly 90% of today’s workers say that they spend one-third to one-half of each day working in teams. Yet 86% of employees and executives cite lack of effective teamwork and collaboration as the source of workplace failures. Add the challenge of remote teams and cross cultural communication, and it is no surprise that teams can make or break the competitive advantage of any organization. Recent discoveries in neuroscience illuminate how we can build better and more effective teams.
In this interactive session, Dr. Britt Andreatta will share the latest research about the brain, and how to harness human biology to enhance collaboration, trust, productivity, and why meaningful metrics of inclusion stem from working in groups. Britt will provide key principles for maximizing the brain’s capacity to work effectively in teams and creating psychological safety.
- Learn how certain brain structures are activated when we work in teams
- Discover how you can help your talent work most effectively in teams, enhancing collaboration and engagement
- Explore how metrics of inclusion and psychological safety are based on teams
- Identify ways to intentionally increase the effectiveness of all teams in your organization
With 120-minutes or more, participants can be guided through deeper level analysis and application or you can choose additional content/research from Britt’s catalogue including the following topics:
- Create a Growth Culture and Unlock Your Organization’s Potential
- Wired to Grow: The Neuroscience of Learning
- Cracking the Code: How Org Growth and Consciousness Shape Talent Development
- The Future of Learning: Trends, Tools and Best Practices
- Wired to Resist: The Neuroscience of Change
- Wired to Connect: The Neuroscience of Teams