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2011 San Francisco

“Adaptive Organizations”

Attendees from over 25 countries gathered at the 2011 Summit from 8 to 10 November in San Francisco, USA. The theme for 2011 was ‘Adaptive Organizations’ and took on a more organizational perspective. The program involved senior executives in the discussion, as they thought about how to create more resilient, dynamic, adaptive organizations through understanding the brain.

Presenters included senior executives involved in talent management or leadership development from the following organizations: NASA, Twitter, Google, Dun & Bradstreet, Hewlett-Packard, Brown Brothers Harriman, Facebook, Marriott International, Sony Pictures, and more

Topics & Speakers

Creating adaptive, resilient organizations

Dr.Daniel Siegel & Christine Williams

The beliefs organizations should hold

Dr. Carol Dweck & Janet Van Huysse

The neuroscience of global talent management:

How can brain research improve the talent management process

Dr. Anna Tavis, Evan Wittenberg, George Rose & Dr. David Rock

Brain fitness panel

Dr. Daniel Siegel, Alvaro Fernandez, Savannah Devarney & Mitch Wasden

Neuropolitics:

the impact of brain research on governance and administration of power

Dr. Jake Dunagan & Dr. Paul Brown

Why it is hard to think about the future & how to do it better?

Dr. Robert Burton, Dr. Bob Johansen & Dr. David Rock

The importance of the social brain for leaders

Dr. Matthew Lieberman & Dr. David Rock

The power of language and how to use it to drive change

Dr. Lera Boroditsky & Dr. David Rock

The neuroscience of goals

Dr. Elliot Berkman & Ruth Donde

The neurobiology of leadership assessments

Ann Herrmann Nehdi & Mark Schar

The deeper neuroscience of SCARF

Savannah Devarney & Phil Dixon

How organizations can better harness emotions to be more adaptive

Dr. James Gross, Dr. Yiyuan Tang & Karen May

The senior executive brain

Dr. Jessica Payne & Dr. Stephen Thomas

The levers that drive organizational culture

Dr. Dean Mobbs & Sara Mathew

Leadership Development:

How neuroscience is changing the landscape

Paul McDonald, Dr. Jessica Payne, Dr. Yiyuan Tang & Jacqui Grey

Leadership Development:

How neuroscience is changing the landscape

Paul McDonald, Dr. Jessica Payne, Dr. Yiyuan Tang & Jacqui Grey

Differential leadership:

leadership across stages, ages, gender culture

Al Ringleb, Chris Ancona

Doing NeuroLeadership research

Dr. Dean Mobbs, Dr. Stephen Thomas & Tony Pottle

Turning leaders into heroes

Dr. Philip Zimbardo & Dr. Tim Tobin

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