The smartest teams are those with the least amount of ‘process loss’. For teams to achieve high performance, they need to have the right mindset and learn how to have the right conversations. For so long now our organisations have battled fixed mindsets, ineffective feedback and have been bogged down by ineffective conversations that don’t hit the mark. It’s time to change that. 

NeuroPerformance is a two-day workshop facilitated by Michelle Loch, Leading Humans. Michelle will introduce you to the three key pillars of NeuroPerformance and you will walk away with a plan on how you can support your colleagues to form high performing teams.

Program Overview:

You will use a brain-based (evidence-based) approach to explore the following:

  • The science of high performing teams
  • Three key elements of NeuroPerformance
  • Operating from a growth mindset
  • Embracing feedback
  • Engaging in powerful performance conversations

Teams will learn how to have useful conversations, how to work together more effectively and will build a deeper level of trust and accountability.

Program Structure: Program preparation and face-to-face sessions.

Suitable for: All teachers and education professionals, particularly, middle leaders, principals and system leaders. The program is designed for leaders, or for teams looking to improve their individual and collective performance and learn to collaborate as one team. Schools often find it very valuable to send teaching teams and leadership teams to this program.