NeuroSense, NNBW team on seminars
In a modern world, humans still carry around something ancient. Inside every person’s head sits a 200,000-year-old brain. How one uses that brain makes all the difference.
To help members of the community make the best of their old brain in a modern world, NNBW is partnering with NeuroSense Consulting to bring a series of seminars to you. Having the right tools and information to take advantage of that brain is more important than ever.
The first seminar will be held at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa on Thursday, March 12 from 8:30 am until 11:30 am. Bradley Harris and Susan Strating, founders of NeuroSense, will be teaching topics including the SCARF Model, Neuroleadership, Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and building positive habits in addition to many other areas.
Registration fee for the seminar is $249 for a single attendee. NNBW subscribers will be able to take advantage of this opportunity for only $229. Group discounts are available for three or more attendees from the same organization. (Click here to register)
Susan Strating holds a Bachelor degree in Psychology and a Masters in Education Administration from Colorado State University. She is a certified brain-based coach and is currently the Co-Vice President of Events Management for NCET. Bradley Harris has a Bachelors degree in Marketing from Indiana University and an MBA from the University of Southern Indiana. He too is a certified brain-based coach through the NeuroLeadership Group. Harris has led the HR organization for a global manufacturer
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