Neuroleading: Decision Making and Motivation
This event will be in Lithuanian.
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
About the webinar:
In 2010, a McKinsey Quarterly survey of 2,200 executives found that only 28 percent of them thought their strategic decisions were good, 60 percent said they made both types of decisions equally, and the remaining 12 percent thought good decisions were made. only very rarely. The research of prominent scientists, Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahnemann and Ama Tversky, and neuroscientist Antonio Damascus, has shown that we humans are not rational individuals. Much of our decisions are based on emotions, impulses, and automatic habits, and are influenced by physical, psychological, and situational factors, prejudices, and social norms. Understanding decision-making, the ability to recognize emotions that affect decisions, subconscious beliefs, and understanding motivational mechanisms can help ensure effective leadership skills. The field of neuroleading is based on the knowledge and methods of neuroscience and psychology to understand how the human brain works and how it works in a social context – through collaboration, teamwork, and strategic decisions.
During the webinar, participants will be introduced to decision-making mechanisms and the SCARF model, which helps to identify motivational mechanisms in the context of the organization.
Webinar duration: 1.5 hours.
The leader of the webinar:
Dr. Dalia Bagdžiūnaitė has 8+ years of work experience in the academic, business, and public sectors. Ph.D. in Consumer Neuroscience (Center for Decision Neuroscience, Denmark), Behavioral Science Expert, Consultant, and Lecturer. He has presented his research at leading academic conferences (The Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, USA, NeuroPsychoEconomics, EMAC). One of her research papers was described by Forbes and her doctoral project was nominated for Neurotalent 2015.
Price: 25 Eur