US NeuroLeadership Summit 2008 (US NeuroLeadership)

Venue: NYC Hudson Theatre

Location: New York, New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 28, 2008 End Date/Time: Oct 30, 2008
Registration Date: Oct 29, 2008
Early Registration Date: Jun 30, 2008
Abstract Submission Date: Jun 30, 2008
Paper Submission Date: Jun 30, 2008
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Description









Announcing the First NeuroLeadership Summit in the USA!







  • Spend two days with some of the world’s leading neuroscientists and leadership experts, and explore new paradigms for developing today’s and tomorrow’s leaders.

  • Learn how to better manage uncertainty in the workplace and create an environment that welcomes change.

  • Explore how brain based leadership makes facilitating your ideas easier.

  • Discover why the old systems are no longer working.

  • Learn how to get your staff to stop resisting change.

  • Witness the growth of a new discipline.

  • Become an early adopter!


When:   

Pre-Summit Session:  Tuesday afternoon, October 28th, 2008

Full Summit Sessions: Wednesday, October 29th and Thursday, October 30th, 2008





Where:

The Historic Hudson Theatre and Millenium Hotel

145 W 44th St, in the heart of Times Square

New York, NY 10036





Who should attend:

People who want to understand the latest findings from neuroscience about human performance, and apply these findings to their workplaces. 





Participants will include:

• CEO’s and Senior Executives Looking for Insights into Organizational Performance

• Principals and Superintendents of Educational Systems

• Learning & Development and
Organizational Development Professionals

• Human Resource Professionals

• Human Performance Consultants

• Trainers and Facilitators

• Executive Coaches

• Educators, K-12 and University

• Leaders and Managers from any Field

• Media Personnel





Presenters Currently Include:





Jeffrey M. Schwartz M.D
, best selling author and co-author on the ’Neuroscience of Leadership’ paper that kicked off this field, UCLA




Matthew Lieberman Ph.D, one of the founders of the social neuroscience field, head of the social neuroscience lab at UCLA




Kevin Ochsner Ph.D, other founder of Social Neuroscience, head of The Social Neuroscience lab at Columbia University




Amy Arnsten Ph.D, senior neuroscientist at Yale University, authority on the biology of working memory




Dr Yiyuan Tang, Ph.D, senior neuroscientist from China, Professor and director of Institute of Neuroinformatix, Dalian University




Marco Iacoboni
, Ph.D, a neuroscientist and founding figure in mirror neuron research, UCLA


Art Kleiner

Art Kleiner, editor of strategy+business magazine and author.


Henry Stapp

Henry Stapp, renowned quantum physicist and author




Al Ringeb, Ph.D, Director, CIMBA Business School, where neuroscience is being taught to MBA’s


David Rock
David Rock, author and leadership development consultant, Sydney and NYC


Format of the Event:

There will be four sessions per day, with significant time allowed for interaction and discussion to explore the implications of the ideas presented.  There will be many opportunities to connect with like minded people in structured and unstructured settings, with all meals together over two days.



Specialist Tracks Include:

• Brain-based leadership development and coaching

• Brain-based systemic change

• Brain-based education









Register for NeuroLeadership SummitRegister for the Summit:

Register early to reserve your place! Spaces are limited and preference will be given to first bookings.

Venue

145 W 44th St.
New York
New York
United States
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Additional Information

The full program will be available the first part of April 2008.

  • Pre-summit sessions will run the afternoon of Tuesday, October 28, 2008.
  • Wednesday and Thursday, October 29th and 30th will be full days from 8 am to 9 pm
  • All meals and snacks will be together to maximize opportunities to connect.
  • There will be four formal sessions each day, with significant time to explore and discuss the ideas with colleagues and with the speakers, including several formal networking opportunities each day.

To receive updates about the event make sure you get onto the mailing list by emailing Kay Zurn

Presenters:
The main speakers are confirmed.

Call for Papers and Speaking Opportunities:
download pdfProposals are being sought that bridge neuroscience with the aspects of leadership education, scholarship, and/or development and training.

Sponsorships:
If you would like to discuss sponsorship, please email Kay Zurn

Conference Pricing:

NYC Summit Packages


Advanced Registration
on or before
June 30, 2008
Regular Registration
after
June 30, 2008
Deposit
to hold your place at full summit
Full Summit Pass:
including Oct 28 half day

Includes access to all sessions October 28th -30th, comprehensive course materials, breakfast, lunch, snacks, social function prior to dinners*, dinner both days, networking breaks, keynote presentations.
$2,275
($300 Savings)

$2,650


$350


Full 2 day Summit Pass:
Oct 29 - Oct 30 only

Includes access to all sessions October 29th -30th, comprehensive course materials, breakfast, lunch, snacks, social function prior to dinners*, dinner both days, networking breaks, keynote presentations.
$1,950
($300 Savings)

$2,250


$350


One Day Summit Pass
Includes access to all sessions on either October 29th or 30th, comprehensive daily course materials, breakfast, lunch, snacks, social function prior to dinner*, dinner on chosen day, networking breaks, key note presentation on chosen day
$1,050
($150 Savings)


$1,200


 
Pre-Summit Pass for October 28th only
Includes access to pre-summit sessions, course materials, snacks and networking
$325
($125 Savings)
$400

 
*No host bar at social functions before dinners

 

 

Register for NeuroLeadership SummitRegister for the Summit:
Register early to reserve your place! Spaces are limited and preference will be given to first bookings.

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