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Leveraging Neuroscience to Thrive

Professional Development for HR Leaders

Stress is a part of life, but it can be managed when you know what to look for. At this exclusive session, Dr. Carlos Davidovich – a recognized international thought leader on coaching and neuroscience – will explain how stress impacts your body, and how feeling overwhelmed can impact your work life. He’ll also provide simple techniques that can be easily applied to move from a state of being overwhelmed to flourishing.

Learning Objectives:

The workshop will be delivered in a dynamic and participative way, using real-life examples and concrete participant situations.

How the different “brains” contribute to the feeling of being overwhelmed.
How to recognize when you or your colleagues are overly stressed.
The impact of stress on your emotions and the physical body.
How to recognize your internal rhythms and use them to your advantage..
The seven steps leaders can take to flourish and thrive.


Wednesday, June 21, 2017

12:30 - 1:00 p.m.
Reception and Networking

1:00 - 3:00 p.m.


Optimum Talent
1871 Hollis Street, Ste 310, Halifax, NS


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Vice President
Executive Coaching
Optimum Talent

For over 15 years, Carlos has been coaching internationally supporting the development of leaders and management teams alike. Originally from Argentina, he has been living in Toronto, working as executive coach and facilitator at Optimum Talent since 2013. A certified SuccessFinder practitioner, Carlos holds an expertise in NeuroManagement, and NeuroMarketing. He draws upon his skills as a medical doctor and his twenty years of experience as executive in the pharmaceutical industry to deliver insights on neuroscience and leadership to both organizations and executive leaders.

Carlos received a psychology degree in Spain, a medical degree in Argentina, an MBA in Switzerland (Roche internal program) and coaching credentials from the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. He is a professor of Neuromanagement in the MBA program at the University of New-York in Prague (UNYP) and a guest lecturer for the EMBA program at the Rotman School of Management in Toronto. He is also a member of the Neuroleadership Institute, the NMSBA (NeuroMarketing Science & Business Association) and the faculty of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School affiliate.