Drive change with real science
Explore our online certificate program.
What sets the CFN apart?
Whether you want to improve a team’s performance, help others grow, transform an organization’s strategy, drive a merger or acquisition, change how a leadership team functions or simply improve your own effectiveness, this course will make you significantly smarter about facilitating change.
You will learn the deeper neuroscience of:
- Emotional Regulation
- Decision-Making & Problem Solving
- Change Facilitation
A six month online, expert-guided program. Participants spend four to six hours/week on the material and acquire practical skills based on current neuroscience.
The program is broken down into four modules. Each module is covered over the course of five weeks. Modules are built around one of the four domains of neuroleadership:
Make decisions & solve problems
Learn from leading minds
Grace Chang, Ph.D.
Christine Cox, Ph.D.
Kamila Sip, Ph.D.
Jay Van Bavel, Ph.D.
Brittany Holmes, Ph.D.
This is an excellent course for anyone interested in understanding the neurobiological underpinnings to successful coaching engagements.
The course content exceed my expectations. The NLI training team and support of the registration is highly qualified and very generous about sharing knowledge and experience.
I found the course to be both informative and practical. I’ve gained greater knowledge about how the brain works, a process to model and insight into how to integrate the skills I’ve learned with my current consulting practice.
The course is very well structured with a good mixture of theory and practical exercises. The practical exercises are very well organized and the student gets a real feeling for what coaching means.
This course stretched my mind and gave me the right balance of theory and practical to grow my coaching skills. I feel much more confident with my own abilities and approach to coaching corporate clients.
Begins week of February 19, 2019
The CFN is a online course with live Q&A sessions offered twice a week. Students are encouraged to dial-in, or may listen to recordings posted on the portal.