Neuroawareness Consulting Services is a boutique consultancy founded in California by two of the leading experts of the application of neuroscience to professional development. We use a powerful and simple framework to help individuals and organizations improve their self-awareness, performance and mindfulness. We offer face to face workshops, online training and self-assessments.
We are very pleased to announce our new collaboration, starting in 2015, with the Swiss National Centre for Affective Sciences (CISA) and the University of Geneva, Switzerland on "The Role of Emotions in Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution". For more information about this project please click here. Anybody wishing to support this project is welcome to contact us at email@example.com.
Season's Greetings and best wishes for a healthy, happy, successful and peaceful 2015 !
Our e-learning courses are now available on Open Sesame
Corporate clients and individuals interested in learning about the brain can now find the 14 sessions of our "Neuroawareness in Leadership and Negotiation" program on Open Sesame. This e-learning market place offers a preview of each session and volume discounts. Most sessions are priced at $35 before discount.
Click here to see the list of sessions.
Join our 9th Online Training program for ADR professionals, starting on January 20
How do our brains work in negotiation, mediation and other dispute resolution processes ? What are the main biological processes and mechanisms driving the behavior of parties, their advisors and neutrals before and during such processes? How can we optimize negotiation processes and practices to take into account these processes and mechanisms?
Our groundbreaking online program will give you answers to these questions and will help you reflect upon your practice jointly with a small group of peers.
"PERSPECTIVE NEUROBIOLOGIQUE SUR LE RÔLE ET LE FONCTIONNEMENT DE L'AVOCAT" by Jeremy Lack and François Bogacz | Lettre du Conseil de l'Ordre des Avocats de Genève | October 2014
"The strained brain" by François Bogacz | The Star | Sept 6th, 2014