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Managing Your Brain for Managers: The Neuroscience of Leading Self and Others

Event Date/Time

Nov 7, 2019 to Nov 21, 2019
9:00 am until 3:45 pm

Description

Managing Your Brain for Managers: The Neuroscience of Leading Self and Others

Managing people can be difficult and stressful, especially now with historically low levels of employee engagement and technologies that accelerate almost everything. However, it doesn’t have to be so overwhelming. Learn about the recent neuroscience discoveries that reveal how our brain triggers stress and poor interpersonal reactions. Exploration and practice of multiple methods for managing your brain will greatly improve your ability to lead others in today’s organizations. 

NOTE: Class meets twice, Nov 7 & 21

Cost $515; gov't/nonprofit* $415. Lunch included.
Location

UW Arboretum Visitor Center
2880 Longenecker Dr.
Madison, WI
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Additional Information
SponsorUW-Madison Division of Continuing Studies
Phone608-890-3627
Contact nameLaura Page
Contact emaillaura.page@wisc.edu

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