Thu, Jun 13|
The Brain in Conflict and Connection: The Neuroscience of Effective Leadership
Join Workplace Peace Institute and Dr. Betty Iglesias Snyder for an enlightening webinar on the fascinating world of neuroscience to explore how our brains react to conflict and the role of connection in fostering collaboration.
Time & Location
Jun 13, 2024, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT
About the Event
Effective leadership requires more than just knowledge and skills; it demands an understanding of the intricate relationship between the human brain, conflict, and connection. Join us for an enlightening webinar where we will delve into the fascinating world of neuroscience to explore how our brains react to conflict and the role of connection in fostering collaboration. This webinar is designed for leaders, managers, and professionals seeking to enhance their leadership abilities through a deeper understanding of the brain's influence on human behavior.
By participating in this webinar, you will:
- Explore the Neuroscience of Conflict: Gain insights into how the brain processes and responds to conflict, including the fight-or-flight response and its impact on decision-making.
- Understand the Role of Emotional Intelligence: Learn how emotional intelligence influences conflict resolution and connection-building, and how it can be developed and nurtured.
- Discover the Neurobiology of Connection: Explore the brain's role in forming connections, trust, and empathy, and how these qualities contribute to effective leadership.
- Apply Brain-Based Strategies: Acquire practical strategies rooted in neuroscience to manage conflicts more effectively and create stronger, more collaborative teams.
- Enhance Leadership Skills: Develop leadership skills that leverage the brain's capabilities to foster connection, creativity, and productivity within your organization.
Join us for this engaging learning experience!
Betty Iglesias Snyder, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist. She works as a trainer, coach, mediator, DEI consultant, and facilitator. Her work focuses on healing and educating individuals, communities, and organizations globally. Betty was formerly Director and Associate Clinical Faculty for the Center for Conflict Management and Dispute Resolution program at Southern Methodist University. She also serves as a lecturer at both the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at the Pepperdine School of Law and the Institute for Conflict Management at Lipscomb University. She teaches courses in communication, mediation, psychology of conflict, culture and gender, peacebuilding, and neuroscience. Prior to her work at Southern Methodist University, she worked as a program director for the Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution at the University of Texas School of Law where she provided a wide range of alternative dispute resolution services including multi-party mediation to governmental agencies, policymakers and others involved in public disputes. She is a published author and has been featured in two documentaries.
Dr. Snyder teaches Leading with Trust & Integrity, Trauma-Informed Leadership, Navigating Tough Conversations with Confidence & Purpose, The Brain in Conflict & Connection, Conflict Dynamics, and The Science of Inclusion & Belonging for the Leadership Academy.
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