3 Reasons to Attend the 2020 NeuroLeadership Summit

Join the virtual Summit for access to insights about the new world of talent.

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NLI Staff
This year has turned 'conventional wisdom' on its head. Join us at the 2020 Summit to learn what science says about building a better normal.

Make plans now to be part of the 2020 NeuroLeadership Summit! So much has changed and won’t ever be the same. That’s a good thing when you’re building a better normal.

When you register, you’ll join hundreds of your colleagues who are also leading their organizations through this challenging time. When you attend, you’ll learn science-based ways to raise your organization’s game, and see the difference science-based approaches can make.

The 2020 NeuroLeadership Summit is built just for you. It has what you need, when you need it.

1. Take part wherever you are, whenever you want.

You can join live in your own time zone, and have same day access to recorded sessions for three months. Learn where and when you’re most comfortable.
Joining live gives you the chance to interact with the presenters and other attendees, networking in special interest groups. Replaying the sessions on demand gives you the chance to learn and reflect without fearing you’re missing something.

2. Learn the science behind what’s going on, and the best ways to build upon that.

With the chaos of 2020, the people in your organization are stressed, making them less effective just when you need them at the top of their game.

On the Summit’s Foundations track, leading researchers will reveal the science underlying NLI’s solutions and results. On the Trends and Breakthroughs track, you’ll see it all come together. Sessions like Thriving through Crisis; Allyship; and Equity, Equality, & Fairness will address some of shifts companies have had to make since March.

3. Learn from leaders who have transformed their organizations in the ways you want to.

Case studies on crisis management, leadership principles, diversity and inclusion, and performance management bring to life NeuroLeadership Institute’s solutions. Learning about how other organizations have changed and grown will have you ready to build your own better normal.

Ready to learn more?

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