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Wednesday, August 19 • 8:30am - 10:00am
Reasoning with Unreasonable People: The Art and Science of Difficult Conversations LIMITED

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The presentation will demonstrate a framework for engaging in difficult conversations necessary for making decisions, resolving conflict, and creating lasting change. The framework is based on the idea that underlying every difficult conversation are actually five deeper conversations.

Drawing on emerging research from neuroscience, social science, and behavioral science on the relationship between emotions and rational behavior, the presentation will explore five core emotional and social drivers behind “unreasonable conversations”. Understanding these drivers will help participants diagnose the underlying factors behind difficult conversations and develop brain-friendly strategies that overcome resistance and create a climate that fosters collaboration, engagement, and commitment.

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Samad Aidane

NeuroFrontier.com
Samad Aidane is a Project and Change Management Consultant and Coach with over two decades of experience in information technology change initiatives. His industry experience spans telecom, finance, health care, and government projects in the U.S, Germany, Austria and Belgium with companies such as HP, Cap Gemini, Time Warner Telecom, and Telefonica. | | Samad holds a Post Graduate Degree in the Neuroscience of Leadership from Middlesex... Read More →


Wednesday August 19, 2015 8:30am - 10:00am
Auditorium