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Sponsor: Microsoft Alumni Network

Lunch N’ Learns

Master Series on the Neuroscience of Stress

Scientific Insight | Validated Tools | Transformational Resources

What is your plan… to help your staff deal with crisis and uncertainty?

 

Why use Neuroscience to Increase Effectiveness

Science proves brain-based learning is effective in making long-lasting brain change. When you change the brain, you change the outcome. The Masters Course programs have been routinely studied by University of Colorado Denver. In a 2019 study, 100% of participants reported reduced stress, 88% increased collaboration, and 89% felt confident they had tools to create brain change.

The Neuroscience of Uncertainty

Use neuroscience to turn uncertainty into possibility. Our brain is constantly being rewired by what we think and our environment.  Learn how to rewire your brain using validated techniques of focus and un-focus and working with your pain points to overcome challenges. The tools are proven to increase cognitive flexibility, emotional intelligence, and cultivate a growth mindset.

 

Rethinking Cognitive Bias: Making Change

Like it or not we all have biases. The fact is, if we have a brain, we have a bias. In this short virtual course, we will explain how biases negatively affect critical thinking, give rise to racial injustice and, even affect scientific research and its application. We will explore what bias really looks like, dive into the neuroscience behind cognitive bias, learn validated tools to debias.

Registration is required.

All classes will be recorded and posted on YouTube.

SWAT: Special Weapons and Tactics

DATE: July 21, 2020

TIME: 12:15 – 1:00pm MST

 

  • Stress Profile, Lens and Triggers
  • Real-World Interventions
  • Eastern & Western Science

 

Neuroscience of Uncertainty

DATE: Aug 25, 2020

TIME: 11:15 – 12:00pm PST

 

  • Turning Uncertainty into Possibility
  • Using Unfocus to Increase Effectiveness
  • Using Pain Points to Make Change

Rethinking Cognitive Bias

DATE: Sept 22, 2020

TIME: 11:15 – 12:00pm PST

 

  • Neuroscience of Cognitive Bias
  • Bias and Decision Making
  • Validated Debiasing Techniques

 

Additional Business Solutions

Partners & Clients

Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School – Teaching Hospital, Microsoft Corp, Academy for Brain Health and Performance, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), The Mayo Clinic, American Institute of Stress, US Forest Service, USDA, Small Business Administration, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Aurora Chamber of Commerce, Colorado Federal Executive Board, Bureau of Prisions, FEMA, National Park Service, Office of Program Management, General Services Administration, Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine, Albrecht Women’s Care, 9 News/9 Health, Robinson Waters & O’Dorisio, Holland & Hart,

About Michelle

Michelle’s expertise is integrating and applying neuroscience, psychology and behavioral biology science to increase personal effectiveness. Michelle’s education includes Neuroscience (Harvard University), Psychology, Behavioral Biology (Stanford University), Stress Mastery (American Institute of Stress), and Philosophy (Miami University). Her Undergraduate work was at Parsons School of Design. She has worked for 9+ years with a guru on the Inner Dimension of Yoga/Meditation. Michelle has 30 years of training experience and is a certifed Master Executive Neuro Coach. She is an entrepreneur who has owned 3 successful businesses, while raising 5 kids. She has a strong sales, client relationship and creative background.

Widely known as a secret weapon, Michelle assists her clients with making transformational change, uncovering and overcoming long time challenges and realizing new possibilities.

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