We use the most recent findings from brain science to help educators, talent leaders, changemakers, and executives lead more effectively and deliver strong results. Our services are based on solid evidence, and are customized to your unique situation and needs. You and your team will understand and act more effectively by:

  • Transforming anxiety into curiosity, which promotes learning and change.
  • Engaging emotions to positively influence cognition and behavior.
  • Recognizing how the brain’s survivalist strategies can impede new learning.
  • Balancing between knowing more and seeing differently.
  • Using the brain’s primary language: metaphor and analogy.
  • Applying embodied and analogical approaches in your organization.

Our virtual or face-to-face services are customized to your audience, situation, and needs. We offer evidence-based keynotes, general interest events, panel presentations, symposia, institutes, workshops, and professional development retreats.

Keynote Address

Visually engaging and interactive. We connect the theme of your conference or other event with the neuroscience of learning.

“Your talk hit home in addressing issues I face daily in my job, helping adult students adapt to returning to higher education.”
– Enrollment Services Advisor, Ashford University

General Interest Event

Non-technical, accessible, engaging presentation on how the adult brain functions. This can be stand-alone or provide a backdrop for targeted applications to follow (for example, a workshop or additional session designed for a specific audience).

“People are still talking about the presentation… Facilitators and staff members are passing on feedback that they received… and they have all been glowing and positive.”
– Australian Institute of Company Directors, Melbourne

Customized Workshop

Designed for your organizational needs and goals. Current affective and cognitive neuroscience is interwoven with highly engaging interactive learning experiences. Participants acquire tools to adapt brain-aware learning approaches to their own practice.

“It was particularly illuminating to learn more about the physicality and emotionality involved in learning. Those insights are applicable not only to the classroom but to university meetings and other activities…I will be much more alert to these issues in meetings that I chair…. The positive buzz from [your presentation] continues across campus.”
– Elaine P. Maimon, Ph.D., President, Governors State University


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