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Developing People with the Brain in Mind: What Can TD Practitioners Learn from Neuroscience to Drive Better Results in Organizations

  • Tuesday, May 14, 2019
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Barry University, Gato Gallery, (2nd Floor of Thompson Hall), 11300 NE 2nd Avenue Miami Shores, FL 33161

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 Developing People with the Brain in Mind:What Can TD Practitioners Learn from Neuroscience to Drive Better Results in Organizations 

Practitioners in talent development are searching for evidence-based ways to develop people to deliver real results to their organizations. This presentation will highlight relevant neuroscientific research and the implications of brain science for talent development. It will offer actionable insights and brain-based tips to inform the practice of TD practitioners. Participants will reflect on how knowledge about the brain can be applied in their day-to-day work in organizations.

Presentation objectives:

  • Recognize the relevance of using neuroscientific research in talent development.

  • Explore several actionable brain-based solutions to inform their talent development strategies.

  • Gain insights into neuroscience of learning and behavior change.

Presenter: Katya Matusevich  

Dr. Katya Matusevich serves as a faculty member at Barry University, where she is coordinating the Human Resource Development graduate program.  She is certified in Brain-based Coaching through Neuroleadership Institute and partners with organizations to develop leaders using scientific research. She utilizes a neuroscience-based methodology and Results Coaching System to co-create exceptional outcomes with her clients. She has provided executive coaching and leadership development solutions to national industry-leading companies in homebuilding, healthcare, financial services, and fashion, including Lennar Corporation, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, Ladenburg Thalmann, and Peace, Love, World. 


 Additional event info:   The event will be held at Gato Gallery, 2nd floor of Thompson Hall, Barry University. Parking is on North Miami Avenue. Access campus map here.                                

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