We all know the positive benefits motivated employees can bring to any organisation and team, but do we understand what really motivates people and how to account for individual differences?
Discovering how the brain works and leveraging it’s potential can make a critical impact on the success of motivation, recognition and reward programs.
The Neuroscience of Motivation explores the dynamics of the human brain and provides new insights into what really motivates our thinking and behaviour and how we can recognise and reward performance to get the best out of people. Drawing on neuroscience and positive psychology principles, expert Sue Langley converts research into real world techniques and examples you and others can immediately grasp and put into action.
• What motivates people—cultural similarities, individual differences
• Giving and receiving feedback—how to ensure the brain receives and acts on feedback
• Social or financial recognition—what works best?
• Increasing positivity ratios in teams—the key to high performance
• Creating positive culture—the impact on organizational performance
Sue Langley is a sought-after speaker, facilitator and master trainer in emotional intelligence, positive psychology and the neuroscience of motivation and leadership.
CEO of Emotional Intelligence Worldwide, Sue is considered one of the leaders in Australia in the practical workplace application of these fields. Sue has studied positive psychology at Harvard and is the first person in Australia to undertake the Masters of Neuroscience of Leadership. Sue is also the published author of “Positive Relationships at Work” in Positive Relationships (Springer 2012).
A lively and inspiring facilitator, Sue delights in sharing her passion, knowledge and real world understanding of leveraging the brain's potential.
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