On 28 August 2014 at 14:00 (BST), Virginia Brown, co-author of ‘Neuropsychology for Coaches,’ will be delivering the 3rd webinar in our series of webinars on coaching and neuroscience / neuropsychology; you can register to watch the new webinar here, or follow the links for the previous sessions below.
In session 3, Virginia will be focusing on ‘coaching and the neuropsychology of relationships.’
We are “wired to connect” to others; it seems to be instinctive and even as very young babies we are able to imitate facial expressions in order to form and strengthen social bonds. Experience shapes each brain in a unique way, through the synaptic connections that are established, and the experiences that we have of early relationships have a profound impact on our relationships (and expectations of them) throughout our lives.
During this webinar we will explore some of the emerging evidence for these assertions and consider the implications that this has for us as coaches and for our client work.
We'd love you to join us: you can register to watch the webinar here.