Neuroscience SIG: Motivation and Bias: Neuroscience-Based Strategies for Self-Awareness
February 26 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am$10.00 – $32.50
Topic: Motivation and Bias: Neuroscience-Based Strategies for Self-Awareness
Host: Ellen Cohen, J.D., CPCC, PCC
Speakers: David Ringwood / Tricia Naddaff
CCE’s: 1.0 Core Competencies / 0.5 Resource Development
Date: Friday, February 26, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Pacific Time
Location: Virtual meeting via Zoom.us / Your link to join the conference will be sent after you register.
Motivations play an important role in how people understand themselves and the world. Everyone operates with assumptions, mindsets and expectations that they are often unconscious of, and which are likely to be influenced by our deeper motivational orientations. As a coach, when you help people understand the links between motivational patterns and hidden biases, you can help them expand their self-awareness, achieve a more complete and objective view of others, and make wiser behavioral choices.
Tricia Naddaff and David Ringwood will explore the neuroscience behind bias, how motivation plays a role in forming and amplifying those biases, and four specific strategies for coaching people to raise their self-awareness and take a more mindful, less reactive approach to their world.
About David Ringwood
Based in MRG’s Dublin office, David engages with clients in nearly every aspect of their work with assessments, including certification, solution building, consulting support, and assessment application. David is very passionate about psychometric assessments, particularly in relation to areas such as motivation, selection, and coaching. He has written and spoken on leadership and motivation for audiences around the world, including for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) and as a contributing writer for Association for Coaching magazine (UK).
About Tricia Naddaff
Tricia has been consulting to individuals, teams and organizations for over 30 years. Her experience includes coaching, product design, research, and business development. She is the President of Management Research Group (MRG), an international leader in creating transformational developmental assessments and conducting research in the areas of leadership, sales, career development and personal growth. She speaks globally to audiences who want to increase the positive impact they have in their organizations and the world around them. She has been a Tedx speaker and is a contributing author to the book Enlightened Power: How Women Are Transforming the Practice of Leadership.