Come see us again at the annual HRIA conference next month in Edmonton. This time we share best practice Neuroleadership principles for maximizing knowledge retention and skill utilization during and following training and development.

We are regularly called upon to recalibrate and enhance costly leadership development programming that relies on rounding up and ‘sheep dipping’ participants in training.  Fast? Yes. Useful? Not if you require learning to stick beyond 24 hours.

Recent science now provides practical and compelling ways for organizatons to deepen learning and strengthen memory as part of curriculum design and delivery.  It’s not just ‘what they learn’ that we should be buzzing about.. it’s  ‘how they learn’.  Application of Neuroleadership best practice approaches will extend training ROI, maximize employee engagement and accelarate desired cultural change as a result.

“Pour honey all over it” I say… We now have the knowledge, and the tools to do so.  Join us at the conference on April 18: