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Using the latest insights from neuroscience about how our mind works and what really makes us tick, Make Your Brain Work
explains how to be more effective in the workplace and to get maximum impact from minimum effort.
Author Amy Brann is an expert in brain science, and she has distilled its key findings into non-technical, practical guidance. She presents an entirely different type of training: training based on the science of the mind. Offering soft skills training through the lens of neuroscience, her engaging book helps readers discover how to function at the top of their capabilities and learn the habits, techniques and behaviors that will get positive results. Challenges addressed include: frustration with management, work-life balance, motivating people and achieving goals. Make Your Brain Work shows readers how to leave stress, negative moods and poor time management behind and become more efficient at work.
"[B]eneficial reading for anyone who wants to optimize theireffectiveness in both their professional and personal lives. The book provides in-depth insights into neuroscience and how evolutionary developments and chemical reactions in the brain influence an individuals responses to situations and other people. These insights can help anyone improve their ability to prioritize tasks, learn new things, adopt healthy habits, establish a positive attitude, and achieve goals."
About the Author
Amy Brann studied medicine at University College London. During her second year of medical school, she read about how the mind actually works and interacts with the body. When she also came across Coaching as a profession, she chose the opportunity to spend the rest of her life studying people, learning more about the mind and applying that to help people live more enjoyable productive lives.
Through her business, Synaptic Potential, she now works with many companies to help them better understand their teams, clients and organizations as a whole. Brann is the creator of the online community, "Neuroscience in Business."
Table of Contents
Latest insights from neuroscience to improve workplace skills