We can help your team FOCUS now
FOCUS: The Neuroscience of Thriving through Disruption will help your entire organization right now to FOCUS in these turbulent times.
FOCUS resources are science-based, insight-rich and action-focused. They will help people at any level in your organization and are applicable across industries and geographies.
Over 4,000 people joined Dr. David Rock’s webinar Coronavirus: What Science Says Leaders Should Do which introduces the core concepts of FOCUS. By popular demand, public sessions will continue.
FOCUS covers the essential habits to practice in three critical areas
Find Your Focus
Manage your mind to get the best out of the new work reality
Collaborate better amidst disruptions and accelerate your insights
Deliver the Essential
Prioritize what matters, find a way, and get there faster
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We are already helping organizations to FOCUS in the following ways, but our solutions team is happy to help tailor something for your specific needs.
Executive Briefings & Private Webinars for up to 10,000: 60-75 minutes; participants will join their peers in a rich dialogue that explains the impact of extraordinary events on our brains and what they can do about it.
HIVE Virtual Learning for Groups up to 30, scaling up to hundreds: Each week for only one hour participants take part in focused experiences that generate strong insights and provide practical tools to help FOCUS. Using NLI’s High Impact Virtual Experiences technology
Distributed Learning Solutions for 50-500K: On-demand digital learning when and where your employees want it with tools that will help them FOCUS. The program follows the science of habit formation and is the most cost-effective way to reach your entire organization and help everyone FOCUS.
For a limited time, NLI will be offering a public workshop on FOCUS, facilitated by Dr. David Rock. In this 3-week program, participants will be part of intense, focused experiences to generate strong insights, specifically around how to be most effective during a time of uncertainty.