Start Date: 9/23/2020 10:00 AM PDT
End Date: 9/23/2020 11:00 AM PDT
BOMA Oakland/East Bay
Speakers | Pricing
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Women face additional and different workplace pressures that men don't. This Second Layer of Pressure is rarely discussed by women and usually overlooked by most men. Science has proven that women have a brain-based difference that predisposes them to weigh more variables, consider more options, see more context, and visualize a wider array of solutions and outcomes to a problem when they or their organization are under pressure. Research has shown that organizations that leverage this unique strength, and have more women in top leadership positions, outperform the competition in every measure of profitability: return on equity, revenue, and assets.
In this installment of our Wellness Wednesdays webinar series, we'll explore this second layer of pressure that women face, how it's different from what men face, and why we all should address it. We'll also go over how women can better manage their stressors, to their and their companies' competitive advantage.
About the Speakers
Jeff Hurt, Chief Epiphany Officer
Noted digital, engagement, learning, strategic and governance thought leader and consultant for associations, education and meetings, Jeff Hurt is an expert in applying human behavior and neuroscience to customer experiences. After nine years as executive vice president of education and engagement at Velvet Chainsaw Consulting and more than 20+ years facilitating high-performing, strategic, future-focused experiences and events, from small to large, Hurt is now “Empowering Epiphanies” across the globe.
Dee O'Neill, Founder
Dee O’Neill is cognitive psychologist, neuro-scientist and the Founder of NeuroCognitive Fitness, a concierge ebrain fitness assessment and training practice. For the past seven years, O’Neill served in Corporate and Executive Services for the Brain Performance Institute at the Center for BrainHealth®, under the umbrella of The University of Texas at Dallas. Currently she helps individuals better understand how their brain works and how to make it work better. She uses brain-mapping, cognitive testing, and standardized metrics, to create customized bio-feedback tools to help people improve their lives.
O’Neill has a highly-specialized education and experience in neuroscience, neurotechnology, coaching and counseling. She effortlessly translates complex brain science principles into practical practices to not only manage, but maximize, brain fitness. She has a Master of Science Graduate Degree in Psychology from Chaminade University of Honolulu, and undergraduate work in Human Health and Exercise Science at the University of Hawaii.
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Pricing & Deadlines
$20 per attendee
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Registration closes EOD Tuesday Septmber 15.