FREE workshop: What Neuroscience Has to Say About Engaging Employees
Find out what emerging knowledge of the brain is contributing to management and the all-important need to engage and retain your high-performing employees.
Participate in this interactive workshop that deploys an innovative process that uses visual stimuli to unlock your creative thinking. Come away with a new perspective on engaging employees that will give you important new insights.
Date: May 29, 2014
Time: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Location: 688 Sherbrooke Street West, 10th floor
Fee: This is a FREE workshop
Light refreshments will be served.
Robert Paris, B.Comm., M.B.A., CSP
Robert Paris has 30 years combined practical management and consulting experience that spans 5 continents. He has an established track record of successfully designing and facilitating management, leadership, team-building and coaching programs that give organizations a long term, sustainable competitive advantage. Robert has recently taken a pioneering role in using neuroscience tools and processes that challenge current management practices that date back over 50 years.
His practical management experience with blue chip companies such as Johnson & Johnson and the Coopers & Lybrand Strategic Consulting Group and consulting experience has been characterized by a remarkable record of achievements.
Robert is an exceptionally engaging executive coach whose advice is highly valued by CEOs, other C-Suite executives, middle managers and first time supervisors. He has a proven track record of helping managers clarify and broaden their perspectives, zero in on their real issues, engage in authentic dialogue and identify opportunities for growth. Robert’s dynamic personality, use of 21st century leadership and coaching tools and results-orientation have been instrumental in helping managers develop the leadership skills necessary to create organizational cultures that engage, attract and retain top talent.
Robert has taught at McGill School of Continuing Studies for over 25 years and currently facilitates professional development workshops at the School.
E-mail: pd [dot] conted [at] mcgill [dot] ca