The Neuroscience Revolution
Dr Lynda Shaw is the voice of behavioural neuroscience, dedicated to improving everyone’s understanding of how the brain affects your behaviour and how your behaviour affects your brain. With a rare talent to turn the complexity in relationships into something we can all understand, she is having a major impact on businesses across the globe. She has an enthusiastic, energetic way of showing us how we can all take charge of recalibrating our brain to be far more effective, productive and influential in all our relationships. The impact of her sessions are often said to range from the inspiring to the profound, leaving audiences with the tools to improve relationships across the board.
Thank you so much for your very rewarding, compelling, interesting, warm and funny presentation last night. It was a real success.
Lynda was highly recommended to us and as such we asked her to speak at our Brighton Summit. After receiving some great feedback from attendees and lots of members regretting having missed her session, we decided it was essential to get her back for another event. Lynda then spoke at a one of our Spotlight Supper events. Her talk was very engaging and highly relevant to the audience. We could have taken questions all night! Lynda was a real pleasure to work, super friendly and easy going. I highly recommend her as a speaker
Programmes Producer, Wakehurst Place
Lynda spoke to Fresh Banter Group about Driving Business Growth through a better understanding of how your brain uses emotion in decision making. We had some very lively discussion and members of the group left the session to go back and run their businesses in a totally different way. Lynda made it easy to understand and implement what she taught us .... a really great session that i know will have real impact on our businesses too. Would highly recommend Lynda as a speaker for any directors groups or high growth businesses....exciting and engaging, insightful and very practical session
Food Industry Expert
A friend recommended Lynda as a speaker for an internal talent programme and it’s fair to say she was fantastic! Prior to the session it was clear that Lynda wanted us to get the most from the session and tailored her talk and approach to the specific needs of the group Delegate feedback included ‘amazing ‘ and ‘superb’ Lynda makes the tricky subject of neuroscience accessible, fun and really thought provoking. Her session was full of content but also tips and hints to make it real for the group with a really engaging style. Personally I could listen to Lynda all day! I would have no hesitation in recommending Lynda and would certainly hope to work with her on a larger scale in the future
Principality Building Society
Lynda's neuroscience Masterclass was fantastic. Such a wonderful mix of science, insights and practical tips to help us all get the best from ourselves and our relationships. And so refreshing to hear a genuine specialist saying 'we don't know yet', instead of all the pseudo-science claims which abound (and which Lynda loves to dispel!). She kept our virtual audience engaged right from the start, and let us choose the topics we'd find most useful. Cracking session, thank you
I heard many complimentary comments from delgates who enjoyed your presentation. We have also received extremely positive feedback from the delegates who have already completed the questionnaire. I would therefore like to thank you sincerely for the professional contribution that you made to this year's ARLA Conference and for your part in the success of the event.
ARLA Operations Manager
Neuroscience holds the key to better relationships
Once one gets it, others will get it too. The impact on work and indeed life can be profound. Banish toxicity, create empathy, motivate everyone and most of all develop a culture of relationships and collaborative behaviour.
Now there’s a thought.
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