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Neuroscience for Leaders: A Brain Adaptive Leadership Approach


Modern science has shown that in order to behave more productively in complex business situations, we need to understand and alter the inner workings of our brain. Using the latest insights from applied neuroscience, behavioral economics and psychology, Nikolaos Dimitriadis with Neuroscience for Leaders will demonstrate how to become a better leader through brain-based learning. 

Explore how leadership, innovation and motivation really work within the brain. Discover various aspects of leadership-related brain rules and protocols. Learn a comprehensive model for applying brain-based leadership. Make your own brain ‘leadership-smarter’ and achieve more. Have a learning experience, driven by transformational research, and delivered in a brain-friendly format.



Nikolaos Dimitriadis, Trizma Neuro, University of Sheffield International Faculty

An award-winning communications professional, educator and consultant. Dr. Dimitriadis is the author of the book “Neuroscience for Leaders: A Brain Adaptive Leadership Approach” (Kogan Page, London) and spoke at TEDx University of Strathclyde for the urgent need for Brain-Based Communication. He is a certified Neuromarketer and a contributor to the Neuromarketing Manager Program at Hamburg Media School. He has worked with IKEA, IBM, JTI, Nestle, Banca Intesa, Holcim, Pierre Fabre, Coca Cola, Raiffeisen Bank, Rauch, Teekanne, USAID and others. He is a mentor of startups at the ICT HUB, Belgrade, Serbia. He is currently the Development Director at The University of Sheffield International Faculty, City College. Dr. Dimitriadis is a strong advocate of brain-based solutions to business challenges.

When and where?

January 23, 2018

4:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.,

Ekonomska Fakulteta – Lila Hall, Krdeljeva ploščad 17, Ljubljana.

Invitation applies to AmCham Young Leaders Club. Please confirm your attendance. If you are unable to attend the event, please send me a message to katja.cencur@amcham.si.

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