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“Learn the Evidence – Use the Evidence – Create the Evidence”

 

Through our partnership with Jared Cooney Horvath we are bringing the latest research on Brain Science to the Boardroom.

NeuroEducation: Consulting

Through bespoke group workshops and individualised sessions with organisation leaders, NeuroEducation aims to bring the latest in brain, behavioural, and organisational scientific findings to bear in your company.

Through exploring how knowledge of individual and group minds can influence daily work, leadership, creativity, innovation, and collaboration, our goal is to help you evolve your organisation to meet 21st century demands and help make you an innovative influence in your field.In addition, learn how to track and assess your growth to ensure you know exactly what strategies are working and why.

Whatever your goals – we are here to help you access and implement the right practices which are 100% backed by extensive research to make your projects and business succeed.

Management & Leadership

Use knowledge of how people think, learn, and make decisions in order to ensure your managers and leaders inspire the work you want to see. Through group and individualised sessions, we explore what makes an effective leader and how this can be leveraged to influence broader processes. Perhaps most importantly, we will implement a simple and effective system to track and assess the impact of any new ideas / strategies you implement: create your own evidence to ensure you know exactly what is working and why. This evidence can be maintained in a searchable database allowing for easy access and learning for future leaders.

Relevant Scientific Research / Fields:

Teaching / Learning; Motivation; Engagement; Communication; Social Influence 

Collaboration & Innovation

Apply the science of teamwork, creativity, and social synchrony to generate novel ideas and a sense of communal identity in your work force. Learn how ideas are birthed, how individuals & groups co-create evolving products & processes, and how effective and collaborative communities are formed. Perhaps most importantly, learn how to implement a simple and effective system to track and assess the impact of any new ideas / strategies you implement: create your own evidence to ensure you know exactly what is working and why. This evidence can be maintained in a searchable database allowing for easy access and learning for future leaders.

Relevant Scientific Research:

Creativity; Learning; Social Dynamics;Development; Communication; Thinking Routines

Marketing & Sales

Understanding how people think and which cognitive & environmental cues influence their decision making can help you tailor your customer outreach. Work with the latest findings in neuroscientific and psychological influence to create undeniable pitches. Perhaps most importantly, learn how to implement a simple and effective system to track and assess the impact of any new ideas / strategies you implement: create your own evidence to ensure you know exactly what is working and why. This evidence can be maintained in a searchable database allowing for easy access and learning for future leaders.

Relevant Scientific Research:

Neuroeconomics; Behavioral Economics; Decision Making; Influence / Persuasion; Social Dynamic; Cognitive Biases

Safety, Health, and Wellbeing

Stress, trauma, accidents: knowing what triggers these occurrences and how they impact performance are paramount to ensuring a flourishing workplace. Explore not only why accidents commonly occur and how to establish psychological safeguards to prevent them, but also how to address accidents after they occur in order to avoid long-term psychological & company trauma.

Relevant Scientific Research:

Emotions; Stress & Trauma; Memory & Attention; Perception; Learning; Decision Making

Contact us today for a sample Program outline

 

Jared Cooney Horvath PhD, MEd

Jared Cooney Horvath is a Cognitive Neuroscientist with expertise in human learning, memory, and brain stimulation.  He earned his Master’s degree from Harvard University and his Doctorate from the University of Melbourne.

Jared has conducted research and lectured at Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, the University of Southern California, the University of Melbourne, and over 30 schools around Australia.  Jared is currently an honorary researcher at the University of Melbourne and ST. Vincent’s Hospital in Melbourne.

Jared has published 3 books, over 30 research articles, and has been awarded the Endeavour Scholarship and numerous awards for scientific presentations.  His research has been featured in numerous popular publications, including The EconomistWIRED, The New YorkerNew Scientist, and ABC’s Catalyst.