Development Programme on NeuroManagement
- Status:We are working on the next season
About the Programme
The 21st century is the century of the brain. Applied neuroscience is a fast growing field that helps managers and businesses to make decisions and take actions on brain-based rules that govern human behaviour. Neuroscience helped increase our understanding of many aspects of human behaviour, like leadership, motivation, decision making, etc. In short, it helped us to understand how people (within organisations) relate to each other and of course how people react to change.
EBA Management Development Centre jointly with partners launches a brand new development programme: NeuroManagement on Board: Understanding how to manage human relationships & change. It is a unique English-speaking programme that is entirely covered by English speaking professors, experts in the sphere of neuromanagement.
This Programme is about understanding human relationships and change through neuroscience and it targets to helped managers develop new aspects of leadership responses in modern organisations. In particular, it aims to help executives to:
- realise the need of changing leadership behaviour in modern organisations;
- develop their minds in leading change process with their organisations;
- understand and lead their people based on brain-based concepts.
Based on neuroscience and behavioural science, it targets to uncover ways to boost managers’ leadership capabilities and prepare them in adjusting their behaviour for challenging business environments.
Methods: training sessions, simulation experiments, exercises, short case-studies.
Having successfully finished the development programme, you will the receive certificate of completion.
Bonus: each participant will get a personally signed book “Neuroscience for Leaders: A Brain Adaptive Leadership Approach” the co-author of which is one of the programme lecturers, Alexandros Psychogios.
During the modules you will enhance Executives’ abilities to:
- Improve their ability to understand change in organisations;
- Understand and apply influencing leadership behaviours;
- Learn how to develop brain adaptive leadership style;
- Improve individual and company’s performance.
Target Group: Chief Executives, General Managers, Heads of Departments, Middle & Line Managers.
Module 1. Neuroscience of Human Relationships
- Your Brain on Socializing and Relating to Others
- Understanding the Development of Human Relationships
- The Leader-Follower Relationship
- Improve your Relationships, Improve your Leadership
Module 2. Neuroscience for Organisational Change
- Brain Science & Change Management
- Managing Thinking Process During Change
- Managing Emotional Process During Change
- Managing Brain Automations During Change
- Dr. Alexandros Psychogios – Professor of Leadership & International HRM in Birmingham City Business School at the Birmingham City University in UK; a Research Visitor in South Eastern European Research Centre (SEERC) and Associate Researcher in GNOSIS Research Group of the Management School at the University of Liverpool. His specialization and research interests are on Organizational Behavior, Neuroleadership, Leadership & Complexity, International Human Resource Management, and Total Quality & Performance Management. Prof. Psychogios is the co-author of the book: Neuroscience for leaders: A Brain Adaptive Leadership Approach, published by Kogan Page in London (https://www.koganpage.com/product/neuroscience-for-leaders-9780749475512).
- Dr. Dritjon Gruda – Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior and Leadership at Maynooth University School of Business (Ireland), his educational background is Doctor in Psychology from the Goethe University Frankfurt in Germany, as well as a PhD degree in Management from Emlyon Business School in France. Currently he is completing his fifth Master’s degree, the last one being in Affective Neuroscience at Maastricht University. In his research Dr. Gruda focuses mainly on how relationships with others impact our ability to relate to others successfully, especially regarding the relationships between leaders and followers. In his teaching Dr. Gruda focuses on the importance of recognizing different relationship styles and the interplay with our need to relate both from a psychological as well as neuroscientific perspective.