Free Blanchard webinar today! The Leader’s Guide to the Executive Brain

Madeleine Homan-BlanchardJoin master certified coach Madeleine Homan Blanchard for a complimentary webinar and online chat beginning today at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time (12:00 noon Eastern).

In a special presentation on The Leader’s Guide to the Executive Brain Homan-Blanchard will be sharing the latest findings from neuroscience research and its impact on leader behavior.

You’ll learn:

  • The Six Surprising Truths about Your Brain—find out what your brain needs for optimal functioning, what stresses it, and how to manage situations when you are overwhelmed or exhausted.
  • Seven Laws of Extreme Brain Care—how you can arrange your workday to make better decisions and achieve new levels of self-control.
  • Creating the Brain-Friendly Environment—the six critical dimensions that must be managed to help you—and your people—fire on all cylinders.

The webinar is free and seats are still available if you would like to join over 800 people expected to participate.

Immediately after the webinar, Madeleine will be answering follow-up questions here at LeaderChat for about 30 minutes.  To participate in the follow-up discussion, use these simple instructions.

Instructions for Participating in the Online Chat

  • Click on the LEAVE A COMMENT link above
  • Type in your question
  • Push SUBMIT COMMENT

It’s as easy as that!  Madeleine will answer as many questions as possible in the order they are received.  Be sure to press F5 to refresh your screen occasionally to see the latest responses.

We hope you can join us later today for this special complimentary event courtesy of Cisco WebEx and The Ken Blanchard Companies.  Click here for more information on participating.

39 thoughts on “Free Blanchard webinar today! The Leader’s Guide to the Executive Brain

  1. Thanks for the presentation today.
    I started running during work about 4 years ago. I discovered that rather than having a set time to run, as long as I didn’t have another appointment, I would run when I couldn’t solve a problem or had a big decision to make. Perhaps its the release of endorphins or dopamine, but I always find that when I get done running, I’ve got a solution to my problem.

    • Larry, that is so right! The moment of insight often happens when we veer away from directly thinking about it, mainly because other parts of the brain are activated.

  2. Thank you. Succinct, yet applicable. Interested in more info on utilizing the default network aspect of the brain.

  3. Hi Everyone–Madeleine and I are here–if you have a question, please type it in and we will answer as many as we can over the next 30 minutes.

  4. Hi, I would like to find some more information about fairness, managing expectations and managing happiness at work. I would be very greatfull for recomending me some additional resources – text, audio or video. Wish you all the best !

  5. I have a sense that many of you on today’s webinar have studied this topic and may have some favorite books to share. If that describes you, please share some of your favorites here.

    • Yes, I have studied this topic. I strongly recommend the works of Dr. David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.. Dr. Hawkins is a psychiatrist, physician, researcher, and pioneer in the fields of consciousness research and spirituality.

        • Hi David,

          I highly recommend a recently published book by Dr. Julian Ford and Jon Wortmann, Highjacked by Your Brain, How to Free Yourself When Stress Takes Over. They use similar research Madeleine referred to and gave a succinct solution to resetting the brain as well as how to create new neural nets.

          Thanks for a great webinar!

          J

  6. Wow, that is a whole area of study in iteself, not my area of expertise at all. Great thing to look at though.

  7. just a quick “correction”. the advise is not “dont go to bed angry” but “In your anger do not sin: Do not let the sun go down while you are still angry.” There is still plenty of time to get rested and solve issues before bed.

    • How does this info translate to managing younger generation in the workplace and having sprints of work them some off time such as flex time or focusing on results vs actual time at work. Seems like the brain has opportunity to refuel with this type of approach to the workday.

  8. Here’s a question we didn’t get to in the webinar–any advice for people who like to read before bed but want to be cautious of the light issue?

    • this is fairly new research, but the data suggests that the light from our screens is sending the message that it is day time… if you have trouble falling asleep, you might try reading an old fashioned magazine or book instead of using a device. If it helps, you’ll know…it has helped me.

  9. should i be exercising often during a day (walking, jumping jacks…)
    or is my 2-4 times a week swimming in the morning good enough?

    • It is so great that you are swimming! I am not a “medical professional” but the research would suggest that moving more is better than moving less…taking the stairs, walking instead of of riding the people mover etc.

  10. Interested in what you said about ‘when we seek an adrenaline rush’ it does not have the same impact as the ‘away from’ response, not sure i followed why that was the case since the ‘away from’ response also leads to the release of adreanline. Does it actually have a positive impact?

  11. What have you found to be the best way to get this knowledge in front of executives and for them to pay attention and take action.

    • The $64,000 question isn’t it? Google SCARF and there is a great article from the NeuroLeadership Journal that is readable even for Execs with ADD. Send them a recording of the webinar?

    • There is also and excellent article by John Tierny and Baumeister from the NY Times Magazine that would come up in a google search about Decision Fatigue… readable and has most of the info on self control.

  12. another question: When we expect a positive result and instead receive ‘bad news’ it sounds like the negative impact is twice as bad. Not sure i fully followed whether it was that there was a greater elimination of dopamine or whether there was an increase in adrenaline and cortisol. Also, sounds like the goal becomes to lower expectations, not easy if you are a dreamer.

  13. Thanks for coming everyone, it has been interesting to see the questions. Neuroscience is such a huge field and I have a very narrow take on it! If you have other questions please send them to Webinars@kenblanchard.com and I will answer them to the best of my ability or find someone who can! It will help me to deepen my own knowledge!

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