This innovative, one-of-a-kind workshop will present some of the most recent findings about the brain together with implications for managing and leading employees. The workshop will challenge many current management practices by presenting relevant research on the social and emotional nature of the brain.
Robert has developed a reputation as a pioneer in using neuroscience-supported tools and processes that challenge current management practices that date back over 50 years.
Robert Paris is one of the first and very few professionals in Canada who have earned their Certificate in the Foundations of Neuroleadership from the Neuroleadership Institute led by Dr. David Rock. Robert has 35 years combined practical management and consulting experience that spans 5 continents. He has 15 years of results-oriented management experience at blue chip companies such as Johnson & Johnson and has an established track record of successfully designing and facilitating management, leadership, team-building and coaching programs that give organizations a long term, sustainable competitive advantage. Robert is an exceptionally engaging executive coach whose advice is highly valued by CEOs, other C-Suite executives, middle managers and first-time supervisors. Robert has 25 years teaching experience at McGill University. He currently lectures at McGill’s School of Continuing Studies and is certified in the Foundations of Neuroleadership, Points of You™ Leadership & Coaching, Whole Brain Thinking™ and Simplexity™ Complex Problem-Solving. Robert’s dynamic personality, business and academic experience and use of 21st century leadership and coaching tools place him among the leaders in corporate training and development programs.