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ANE launch workshop: The Fascinated Mind, on 8th November, London

Wed, Nov. 08, 2017 18:3021:00

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As part of the launch of the International Academy of Neuroscience and Education (ANE), they are having a special workshop - 'The Fascinated Mind' - and the opportunity to network at the Wellcome Trust Centre, Euston, London on the 8th November at 18:30pm. ANE are very happy to have AOCS members attend and are offering a reduction on ticket fees (see below).

Click here to learn more about the event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fascinated-mind-neuro-events-tickets-37733800814

Tickets are £30.25 through Eventbrite, although AOCS members can receive a 25% discount. Please contact info@associationofcoachingsupervisors.com to get the discount code. 

Success is applied neuroscience

No other science in recent years has transformed our paradigm on training, leadership, communication, personal development and many other fields, as well as the discoveries of cognitive neuroscience.

Event content:

Impressive discoveries

In the first part of the evening we will present impressive discoveries of how, from the neuroscience perspective, Coaching and training topics can be created in areas such as leadership, motivation or communication, so that they have a greater and lasting impact.

Practical solutions

In the second part of the evening we will discuss how to integrate the discoveries of cognitive neurosciences in an interactive, multimedia and effective way in your training and coaching.

Opportunity for success

We will also show you how to take advantage of our academy's services to boost your profits and professional success. 

Experience exciting insights from the most current research findings and gather new ideas and tips to increase your professional success: www.ane.academy

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