Generations of human experience have taught us that there are five universally proven principles to success, happiness, and leadership effectiveness. However, most of us not only forget, but also flagrantly violate them in our daily interactions with people. We are quick to criticise others when they fail to follow the principles. Yet, when we ourselves are faced with situations that need their application, the brain conveniently goes into denial, and most of us default to the exact opposite negative behaviours.
Five Denials of the Human Brain is a highly interactive one-day workshop focussed on helping participants uncover and apply the principles to achieving success, happiness and overall leadership efficiency.
A key feature of the workshop includes guiding participants to recognise the brain’s default mode and how to consciously transition from negative ‘default’ tendencies both when leading self and managing others.
FIVE DENIALS OF THE HUMAN BRAIN
20 Feb 2019 | Thursday
9am – 5pm
Menara Star, Petaling Jaya
Fee: RM1,000 per pax | Workshop fee is inclusive of certificate, workshop materials, lunch & 2 tea breaks.
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• Acknowledge and understand the five principles of long-lasting happiness, success and leadership.
• Recognise how, when and why the brain goes into denial, and initiates negative behaviours.
• How to consciously transition from negative ‘default’ tendencies both when leading self and managing others.
• Gain insight into new approaches for maximising performance and motivation.
• Engage in deep personal reflection to re-wire the brain.
Who Should Attend
This workshop is suitable for senior executives that manage large teams or organisations and high potential mid-level executives.
Rajeev Peshawaria is the Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director of The Iclif Leadership and Governance Centre, author of the Wall Street Journal and Amazon best seller Open Source Leadership (McGraw Hill 2017), Too Many Bosses, Too Few Leaders (Simon & Schuster 2011), co-author of Be the Change (McGraw Hill 2014) and a regular writer for Forbes.
Know as a out-of-the-box thought leader on leadership, management and corporate governance, Rajeev has extensive global experience in leadership and organisational consulting, with a particular focus on uncovering personal and organisational “leadership energy” to multinational corporations.
An an international speaker, Rajeev has been featured in Bloomberg TV & Radio, CNN, CNBC and Harvard Business Review and many more. In 2014 and 2017 he was named one of Top 100 Global Thought Leaders for Trustworthy Business by ‘Trust Across America.’