Meet Likeminded Business People and Learn the Neuroscience of Productivity, Change, and Leadership.
As lockdown begins to ease everyone is working tirelessly to embrace the “new normal”. The Lithuanian Chamber of Commerce in the UK (LCCUK) invites you join their first post-lockdown networking event.
In this event you will have the opportunity to meet likeminded business owners and learn the neuroscience of productivity, change, and leadership.
Places are strictly limited and all the attendees will be required to follow new safety requirements and regulations.
The event will take place at the beautiful and spacious Lithuanian restaurant.
Please note: table service will operate throughout the evening; you will be able to order drinks and food (cash only accepted).
Tickets: £15 (no tickets at the door)
*Depending on the membership discount applies to LCCUK members
Only ticket holders will be permitted
About the seminar: The Neuroscience of Productivity, Change, and Leadership
Recently we have been and still are experiencing unprecedented times of change. Although our brains are capable to change, sudden change often causes negative emotions, compromises productivity, and can have detrimental effect on personal and professional relationships. In this seminar neuroscientist, Dr. Gabija Toleikyte will discuss what is needed for our brains to stay productive and adjust to change more successfully, and what style of leadership would be most suitable to support that.
In this seminar you will learn:
- What causes mental overload and how to manage it?
- What is needed for our brains to adapt to change?
- What is the limit of our attention and how to increase it?
- What are the reasons we procrastinate and how to tackle it?
- What is needed for our brains to recover and replenish best?
- What leadership is the most effective to support people in times of uncertainty?
Dr. Gabija Toleikyte is a neuroscientist and business coach. She has completed her Ph.D. at the University College London on the neuronal basis of memory and navigation. During her years of Ph.D. Gabija has acquired business coach qualification and worked as an internal coach at UCL for the senior academics and administrative staff. By now Gabija has successfully coached over a few hundred academics, businessmen, professional athletes, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, charities on work performance, effective leadership, goal clarity, career transition, work-life balance, assertiveness, fearless public speaking, building constructive relationships at work and other topics.
Combining coaching experience with neuroscience insights, Gabija has been able to develop unique seminars, where solid neuroscience research is presented in the context of the topics relevant for organizations. Gabija has been delivering individually tailored seminars to executives of corporate companies, coaches, mediators, lawyers, banks, startups, management consultancies, scientific institutes, universities, and schools. She is currently working on her book covering brain-based methodologies of change.