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The Neuroscience of Peak Performance

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When:

  • Tue 23 Aug ’11, 10:00am – 11:00am

Where:

SIT Centrestage Theatre, 33 Don St, Invercargill

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $25.00

Professor Grant Schofield, leading public health researcher, top triathlete, TED speaker.

Are you flourishing? Or battling at work? De-stress your work team and support the Canterbury Earthquake Appeal.

For executives, managers, employees, teams, individuals.

This one hour talk uses the latest neuroscience knowledge to teach you how:
- the body and brain interact and function under pressure ;
- to stay cool and make effective decisions;
- to handle change, remain resilient, engaged, productive and enjoy work.

Professor Grant Schofield has “an intuitive ability to understand the drivers of high performance and present it with enough science to ensure a change in behaviour in any stubborn but intelligent exec. This is a workshop that is a must for anyone who believes they do not have the time or energy to complete it” - Senior executive, National Australia Bank

“The best benefit other than being paid I have ever got from working here” - Chris Quin, CEO Gen-i

MC is Gerry Forde, award-winning speaker, playwright, columnist, Mobil Radio Award Winner.

The total cost goes to the Canterbury Earthquake Appeal and is claimable as a donation. Bring your team along to be inspired with new concepts and equipped with tools to thrive at work.

Check out Grant’s entertaining style in his TED talk on the bubble wrap generation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsh7FiZdaYc

Book your seats now: Amber Brady (03) 2144144 or amber.brady@gen-i.co.nz. Bookings close 19 August.

There is time after talk to chat with speaker.

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