This interactive workshop draws on the science of the brain to understand how we process change.

Participants will gain a better understanding of themselves and others around them – as well as how to work in order to generate positive and lasting change. With this new self-knowledge and understanding, participants will become more effective managers, team-members, and leaders.

During the workshop, Eveline Goodman will translate neuroscientific insights into practical, actionable steps. Participants in this workshop will learn how the brain works, how personal change occurs, and how they can use this knowledge to increase their own and their office’s productivity. Regardless of the industry you work in, creating meaningful change begins with understanding yourself, and only then should it involve managing other people – this workshop will provide you with the tools to succeed at each step.

Neuroscience is particularly useful for understanding the differences and similarities between generations and different working styles. Eveline Goodman will explain how managers can adjust their approach to appeal to millennials, and how millennials can become even more effective workers and managers.

Session Outline

By completing this workshop, you will:

  • Learn neuroscientific insights into how the human brain work, and how to use this knowledge to build better, more cooperative teams.
  • Use neuroscience insights to support more effective communication which might allow you to communicate with team members of any background or age.
  • Identify strengths and weaknesses in your own brain, and draw on neuroplasticity to learn new skills fast while avoiding cognitive bias.

Plus, participants will have the opportunity to undergo voluntary brain-link and stress testing, where cortisol and dopamine levels will be assessed by state-of-the-art measurement devices.

Who should attend?

Executives, managers and professionals who want to learn about how they can use neuroscience insights in their professional lives


08:45 Registration & Networking
09:00 Morning Session
10:30 Morning Session Coffee Break
10:45 Morning Session
12:00 Lunch
13:00 Afternoon Session
15:30 Afternoon Session Coffee Break
15:45 Afternoon Session
17:00 Session EndsRefreshments will be served during the coffee break for the attendees. Lunch at a nearby restaurant is also included with the ticket price.



Eveline Goodman (PhD Psychologist & PhD Neuroscience at Eforp International)

Eveline Goodman

PhD Psychologist & PhD Neuroscience at Eforp International

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