Webvent

Webvent Academy

Bringing Professionals Together

Get More From Meetings

Thursday, October 11, 2012 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Ellen Weber, Director, MITA International Brain Based Center

In this webcast, Ellen Weber shares a brain-based approach to transform monotonous meetings into profitable gatherings. Join this interactive webcast to put an end to deadbeat business sessions restricted by boring, out-of-touch agendas. You'll learn how to run meetings that no longer tank innovation or silence capable voices. It takes a change of mindset, along with rejuvenated approaches, to design and run more engaging meetings at work. But before you revamp your sessions, you may need to take a closer look at how to stir creativity and fire up innovation on your staff. Over one hour, you'll explore practical strategies that will help you and your staff derive the utmost value from your meetings. You'll also learn about the latest neurological research that links serotonin (a neurotransmitter thought to boost feelings of happiness) with improved job performance, and how you can use this research to inject more productivity and energy into meetings. You'll address common problems with meetings, such as content overload, detractors who seem to prefer ruts to renewal, death by PowerPoint, bullies who dominate the conversation, poor agenda tactics, wasted time, too few voices heard, and technology glitches that rob communication.

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Presenter

Ellen Weber
Ellen Weber

Director, MITA International Brain Based Center

Dr. Ellen Weber is the Director of Innovative Change at the Mita International Brain Center in Rochester, New York. She is an expert in the field of practical brain research that yields best practices for improving job performance in any organization. Globally recognized for developing methods for brain-compatible leading and learning, Dr. Weber is a frequent lecturer, TV and radio host, and the author of an award-winning blog about her practice. Dr. Weber was recently invited to contribute to ASTD's 2012 Leadership Manual. A global leadership facilitator, Dr. Weber teaches a workplace improvement program that uses ground-breaking brain-powered tone tools to lead innovation and renewal. She also teaches an MBA course on leadership, Lead Innovation With the Brain in Mind, at the Bittner School of Business. In addition to neuro research, Weber studies brain-powered practices affected by cultural differences. She has collaborated extensively with leaders in the High Arctic, Mexico, Europe, South America, China, Canada, Ireland, and the United States.


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