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"The Leader's Brain" with Professor Michael Platt, from Wharton Business School and Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

  • January 15, 2021
  • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Remote via Video Conference

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Join fellow CEOs as Michael Platt, a pioneering neuroscientist, reveals how brain science can transform our thinking about leadership, team-building, decision-making, innovation, marketing, and business.

Through his innovative research, Platt has deepened our understanding of how key areas of the brain work and how this can be applied in business settings. Platt details how we can become better leaders, even when we are already natural relationship builders, master negotiators and persuaders, and agile and strategic thinkers. 

Neuroscience is providing answers to many of leadership’s most vexing challenges. Platt will share the latest research on:

  • Why two CEOs, when presented with the same set of information, make very different decisions;
  • Why some companies (Apple) build strong social and emotional connections with their customers and others do not (Samsung);
  • How some of the most significant events in sports history, like the “Miracle on Ice,” contain insights for how to build a team;
  • Why even some of the most visionary business leaders can make disastrous decisions, and how to avoid that.

In an ever-shifting world, these insights are crucial to help enhance our leadership skills and capabilities. 

Hope to see you with fellow CEOs as we explore this breakthrough, recent research. Platt’s book “The Leader’s Brain” is newly published by the Wharton School Press and just released in October. 

Video Conference Time:
10:00 am ET
9:00 am CT
8:00 am MT
7:00 am PT

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