Boosting Brain Health - Why it matters to your business and how to get started.
The economic justification for brain health is not just about mental health. It also includes interpersonal and work skills such as teamwork, leadership, adaptability and cognitive function, as well as the ability to maintain these qualities over a career.
The WHO says: "Good brain health is a state in which every individual can realise their own abilities and optimise their cognitive, emotional, psychological and behavioural functioning to cope with life situations." The Lancet defines it as "a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing through the continuous development and exercise of the brain.”
More about the speaker:
Naomi is a Leadership, Learning and Organisational Development expert with a specialism in Practical Neuroscience for workplace wellbeing and psychological safety. She's a consultant, trainer and coach with 20 years’ experience working with clients to analyse, design, create and deliver high quality, engaging and impactful development solutions.
She has extensive experience both within the corporation as a learning and development manager and independently as a business owner and consultant. She's also a specialist in developing evidence-based learning programmes that result in meaningful behavioural change enabling businesses to maximise people capabilities and optimise organisational performance.