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Using Neuroscience to Be More Effective
with Your Audiences

Lynda ShawGuest Expert:

Lynda Shaw, PhD
(About Lynda)

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Webcast video:

  • If you order the recording, you will get a link to the recorded video of the online webcast.

The Program:

As speakers we are in the business of influencing people. To galvanize them into action based upon the information we have given them. To be of practical value to those who book us.

No doubt that’s your intention. But how much more effective would you be if you understood better what is going on in the audience’s brain? Why some pay attention and others do not? Why they do what they do? How to get more of them to implement your ideas more quickly? How you can persuade the most cynical?

Neuroscience has so many answers. We’ll discuss what speakers/trainers/consultants need to know to be even more effective. And it’s going to be huge fun!

You will learn:

  • why it’s important to realize each member of the audience will see and hear you differently
  • how to leverage perception and emotion
  • the neuroscience of connection and engagement
  • how to flip the switch from listening to absorbing
  • simple techniques to be more memorable
  • how to empower audiences and have fun doing it

More about our guest expert:

Lynda is an experienced entrepreneur, having owned 3 businesses. She holds a doctorate in cognitive neuroscience, specializing in unconscious processing of emotion and behavioral change.

She is a professional speaker and mentor and works with senior leaders and their teams who want to better understand the science of human behavior and development. Together they harness this power by recalibrating their thinking, thus enabling others to do the same in order to work cohesively to reach organizational goals.

She is the immediate past president of the Professional Speaking Association UK&I and is the founder of Brain & Behaviour Ltd., the Neuroscience Professional Development Programme, and the Learning Lab, designed to help professional people use applied neuroscience successfully in their work.

Lynda’s programs are always informative, fun and extremely practical.


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