Thursday, June 26, 2014 - 11:45 am to 2:00 pm - The Role of the Brain
When Managing Change - "Be open to change"...easy to say but harder to do!
- Carlos Davidovich, Vice-President, Executive Coaching,Optimum Talent
Most companies have experienced Change Management in some form or other, and many have invested in sophisticated and well developed programs. Why then is it so hard to reach positive results once implemented? The strongest barrier for change is inside our brain. Dr. Carlos Davidovich, a return speaker to our Lunch and Learns, will describe those barriers, why our brain require them to exist and most importantly, how to avoid or overcome them! Senior Management and Human Resources leaders alike will enjoy this presentation which will provide practical advice on how one can adapt to change more effectively.
About Carlos Davidovich
For more than 15 years, Carlos has been coaching across a diversity of geographies supporting the Leadership development of individuals and management teams alike. He has focused his expertise on NeuroManagement and NeuroLeadership. Drawing on his skills as a medical doctor, he has adapted the latest findings on how the brain works, delivering insights to both organizations and executives. He is focused on supporting "Unity in Diversity" initiatives within his overall coaching approach.
Carlos' passion for coaching relies on the insight of the importance of not walking alone at key turning points in life. For Carlos, coaching represents the highway by which to reach people´s objectives and offers the right context to define and achieve their greatest potential.
Carlos completed his MBA at the Business School Lausanne in Switzerland. He holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Barcelona and completed his Medical degree in Argentina. Carlos achieved his coaching credentials with the EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council); and is a professor at the University of New York in Prague (UNYP).
Since 2012, Carlos, residing in Toronto has been a key partner in the expanding talent management capabilities of Optimum Talent. This is his third visit to the National Capital where he has delivered insightful and stimulating presentations in the past.
Location: The Rideau Club, 99 Bank St. 15th Floor, Ottawa
Registration is required.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - 11:30 am to 2:00 pm - 50 shades of grey matter: The Unique Characteristics of Women in Business
- Carlos Davidovich, Vice-President, Executive Coaching,Optimum Talent - Association of Québec Women in Finance
Come to this breakfast conference and meet Neuromanagement expert Dr. Carlos Davidovich, Vice President and Executive Coach at Optimum Talent for a new perspective on Neuroscience and how it influences business decisions in finance. Drawing on his skills as a medical doctor and his business acumen from his MBA, Dr Davidovich will present the latest findings on brain gender characteristics. Find out if women have the same tools than men for making better business decisions faster. Don’t miss this opportunity to get a sneak peek on leadership and gender and how we can learn from our brain
Location: Centre de conférences Lavery – 1, Place Ville Marie, 40e étage, Montréal H3B 4M4
Registration before June 10 is required.
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Friday, May 30, 2014 - 7:30 am to 9:30 am - Neuromanagement: Making the Brain a Powerful Ally in Business - Carlos Davidovich, Vice-President, Executive Coaching,Optimum Talent
According to a recent study of the Gartner Research Group, the implementation of neuroscience in the ways business is conducted and companies are run will expand its usage to 20 – 25 % of organizations in the next 10 years.
Dr. Carlos Davidovich, MD, MBA, member of the International NeuroLeadership Institute and Vice President, Executive Coaching, Optimum Talent, draws upon his business and medical expertise to share the latest discoveries in how our brain functions in relation to the way that we make decisions and respond to challenges in our business and personal lives. Carlos specializes in the integration of neuroscience and business outcomes.
>> Understand how the growing discoveries of NeuroManagement can be used to improve business, personal management and relationship effectiveness.
>> Leave with a model built around social parameters that will help you to better understand why you react in different and changing situations in your daily work and why your clients in your companies may be reacting in certain ways.
>> Gain tips to help you better understand and connect in a more practical and productive way with your colleagues, clients and service providers.
>> Learn why your brain represents your most powerful daily business resource.
Location: 25 York Street 18th Floor, Toronto