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Neuroscience and Mindfulness for Effective Teamwork

An important look at the new science of mindfulness and brain management for personal and organizational performance.

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Neuroscience and Mindfulness for Effective Teamwork
Neuroscience and Mindfulness for Effective Teamwork

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Apr 12, 2023, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

About the Event

The Neuroscience of Mindful Teams

Neuroscience is giving us powerful new tools for brain management and behavioral change, including neural practices that create specific traits and capabilities.

Please join us to explore the most important mental and emotional skills for creating effective, high-performing teams - and how mindfulness neural training can be applied to develop them.

Why Brain Management?

There are still major tensions in the post-pandemic workforce - the struggle over remote and hybrid work - the disengagement and massive turnover of the Great Resignation - record levels of stress and burnout, and the sharpest drop in productivity since 1983.

For many of us, the scarce resources are the mental energy and bandwidth to do great work, while grappling with our stressors, post-pandemic challenges, and attempts to establish a new normal.

But new science shows that we have much more control over our brains than previously known- and this enables us to act and react more skillfully in the moment, and respond more strategically in the long term.

Why Mindfulness?

New science also shows that many critical teamwork competencies, long considered to be immutable traits, are in fact, trainable neural skills. Mindfulness develops these skills by creating new networks that establish and imprint them in the brain.

Mindfulness outcomes include specific, measurable, and remarkably positive improvements in well-being, cognitive performance, and emotional intelligence. These, in turn, can be applied to create more effective teamwork capabilities and behaviors.

This represents an important paradigm shift in human potential, and new performance capabilities for individuals and the organization.


Michael Foster is Chairman of the Institute for Organizational Science and Mindfulness (IOSM), past Chairman and CEO of Human Capital Institute (HCI), and has founded, grown and harvested five information services and corporate education companies through acquisition, by firms in the Fortune 100 and 500.

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