Brain-Friendly Leadership and Growth Mindset

2024tue09apr11:30 amtue1:00 pmBrain-Friendly Leadership and Growth MindsetIn-Person Lunch & Learn11:30 am - 1:00 pm Event TagsCareer Development,Organizational Culture,Productivity,Self-Awareness

Event Details

Brain-Friendly Leadership and Growth Mindset

This workshop explores the difference between fixed mindset and growth mindset from both a personal and organizational level. We’ll also look at how neuroplasticity (our brain’s ability to grow new neural pathways) can be used to embrace a growth mindset and develop new skills to become better leaders, change the way we think about challenges, and *literally* rewire our brains for the better.

Learning Objectives

  1. Develop and embrace brain-healthy leadership skills
  2. Build a mindset for intrapersonal growth and resiliency
  3. Learn powerful yet simple exercises to enhance your brain’s neuroplasticity
  4. How to build a growth mindset within your organization that drives engagement and empowers innovation

Cost: Free for SLA Members. $80 non-member. $60 nonprofits.

Individuals who are either unemployed or connected with an employer who is unable to pay can request scholarships for any of our programs.


About Our Facilitator

Shelby Schuh is a neuroleadership specialist and owner of Ideation Coaching and Consulting. Her consulting specialties include neuroleadership, organizational development, executive coaching, and team and group coaching. Shelby’s inspirational and empowering leadership style is rooted in a belief that we are never fully done growing and becoming, personally or professionally.

Shelby is a 2004 graduate of DePauw University, with a BA in Creative Writing and minors in Philosophy and Women’s Studies. In 2020, she obtained her graduate certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching through the University of Texas at Dallas and achieved her ACC certification in Executive Coaching. She graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2021 with an MSLOD (Master of Science in Leadership and Organizational Development).