Kamila Sip, PhD

Loading Events
All Bios
NLI

Kamila Sip, PhD

Director of Neuroscience Research and CFN Program Content Lead NeuroLeadership Institute

Dr. Kamila Sip is the Director of Neuroscience Research and the Content Lead for the Global Education Program, the Certificate in the Foundations of NeuroLeadership at the NeuroLeadership Institute. Dr. Sip manages and oversees the implementation of science-based content into NLI’s solutions, ensuring rigorous scientific findings are translated in a digestible and actionable style, while maintaining the integrity of the science behind them.

Dr. Sip is a neuroscientist with expertise in decision making, risk taking, unconscious bias, feedback, habit formation, and change management. At NLI, she lends her expertise to various types of work, from supporting consulting engagements to leading webinars and delivering talks. Dr. Sip has delivered interactive keynotes and briefings on the science of leading smarter teams, habit formation, and better hiring practices for Fortune 500 companies across finance, consumer electronics, pharma, and technology. She supports the science-based solutions within NLI’s practices of Diversity & Inclusion and Culture & Leadership.

During her academic training, Dr. Sip developed a neurocognitive framework for investigating human deception and focused on examining the impact of social feedback on risk-based decision making in healthy individuals and those suffering from psychiatric disorders. Dr. Sip’s work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and European magazines such as Magasinet Humaniora. She has been invited to write for Scientific American and contributes to the magazines like Harvard Business Review and Quartz.

Dr. Sip earned her B.A. in English Philosophy and Linguistics and M.A. in Pragmatics, Rhetoric, and Language Manipulation from Wroclaw University in Poland. She then received her Ph.D. in the Neuroscience of Human Deception at Aarhus University in Denmark in partnership with the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging in the UK.

NLI