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Neuroscience for Coaches

Neuroscience is a key discipline in human development. As such, it plays a crucial role in our understanding of change and human potential and behaviour. Over the past few years, it has become evident that coaching can benefit significantly from the knowledge emerging in neuroscience. As coaches, we can use our knowledge of the brain and its processes to support clients’ positive transformation and change.

This 1-day course will develop coaches’ understanding of neuroscience and how they can use this knowledge to work with clients in a more impactful manner.

The course covers the following key areas:

  • Understanding the brain
  • Brain chemicals
  • Neuroplasticity: the brain’s capacity to reinvent itself
  • Motivation, self-control and will power
  • Beliefs
  • Implication of neuroscience for coaching

This course is for you if you…

  • Are a coach, internal or external coach (if working within organisations)
  • Want to deepen your understanding of neuroscience and its importance in coaching
  • Are ready to step up a level in your coaching practice
  • Want to learn different ways to support clients’ change and transformation

This programme is designed to enhance coaching skills, increase understanding of neuroscience and its implications for coaching practice. It will provide practical insights into how neuroscience can improve the impact of coaching on clients.

Programme Lead: Ana Paula Naciff
Ana is an experienced executive coach and facilitator who works with leaders and senior managers in both public and not-for-profit sectors. Ana’s recent work includes executive coaching with senior NHS managers, design and delivery of wellbeing programmes, as well as coaching training and facilitation. She specialises in leadership development and works with clients to accelerate personal growth, build a sense of team, manage difficult conversations and shift cultural behaviours.