August 2017

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Amy returns to Coaching Connections to share more about her belief that neuroscience is a great ally to coaching. Neuroscience opens doors. It can build credibility. It can increase effectiveness. Rapid advances mean that individuals and organisations are quickly behind. This is your chance to find out more about the latest developments and learn from a leading authority on the topic. It will be an interactive session with and the opportunity to explore this fascinating field with practical applications.

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Amy passionately delivers the message that you and your organization have a huge amount of potential that can be better accessed if you understand how to work with your brain optimally.

Leaving UCL medical school to Coach clients around the world gave amy great insight into how to get the best from people wherever they are starting from. Transitioning from Coaching into corporate work Amy founded Synaptic Potential which works with orgnizations strengthening their strategy, culture and performance. The team works globally sharing reliably simple applications of neuroscience that lead to game changing insights and results. Having partnered with Bangor University’s Behavior Change Centre the trainings gained additional credibility from the input of thorough researchers. She is the author of ‘Make Your Brain Work’ & ‘Neuroscience for Coaches’ & ‘Engaged: The neuroscience behind creating productive people in successful organizations’. Amy is normally found delivering a keynote somewhere around the world, with her head in a book or enjoying adventures with her daughter and husband.

Amy is a visiting lecturer to Manchester Metropolitan University teaching the neuroscience of leadership on the Master of Sports Directorship programme.

 

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