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For decades, alarms have sounded about employee disengagement.
But why is “culture” so difficult to improve?
What makes so many high-performing employees check out?
The famous Neuroscientist Paul Zak shows that innate brain functions hold the answers. Trust is the secret ingredient of any high performing organization. When someone shows you trust, a feel-good jolt of oxytocin surges through your brain and triggers you to reciprocate. This simple mechanism creates a perpetual trust-building cycle, key to changing dysfunctional workplace patterns.
Drawing on his original research, Paul Zak, the honorary guest and keynote speaker of SARGIA Partners Leadership Seminar 2019 “Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High Performance Companies”, will open us a window on how brain chemicals affect our behavior, and show us ways to consciously stimulate it.
He will present his pioneering management tool, called the O-Factor and will describe an eight-step trust-boosting program that every organization could use to reach peak performance and maintain happy and healthy employees.
It’s neuroscience and it’s the art of conducting smart business.
Get your brain in the game!
Cost of attendance
1-3 participants: €480+VAT per person
4-7 participants: €450+VAT per person
Table reservation (8 persons): €3,360+VAT (€420 per person)
Early bird -15% until March 14
Paul’s two decades of research have taken him from the Pentagon to Fortune 50 boardrooms, in a quest to understand the neuroscience of human connection, human happiness and effective teamwork.
His 2012 book, The Moral Molecule: The Source of Love and Prosperity, recounted his unlikely discovery of the neurochemical oxytocin as the key driver of trust, love, and morality that distinguish our humanity.
Paul is the founding Director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies. He uses neuroscience to quantify the impact of movies, advertising, stories, and consumer experiences and has been key instigator in the development of several transdisciplinary fields, including neuroeconomics, neuromanagement, and neuromarketing.
Paul is also Professor of Economics, Psychology and Management at Claremont Graduate University. He has degrees in mathematics and economics from San Diego State University, a Ph.D. in economics from University of Pennsylvania, and post-doctoral training in neuroimaging from Harvard.
His latest book, Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High Performance Companies, uses neuroscience to measure and manage organizational cultures, to inspire teamwork and to accelerate business outcomes.
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