How Different Are Male & Female Brains? | A Leadership Symposium

Event Details:

Date: March 28, 2017

Time: 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Location: Bar Italia, 582 College St (2nd Floor), Toronto, ON M6G 1B3

Who should attend:

Network leaders, Partners, General public

Who might be interested in this event?

Professions: Multi-profession

Ethnicities: Multi-Ethnic, Pan-Asian

Organized by:

Our remarkable brains – three pounds of indispensable grey matter that works 24/7.  It dictates who we are, what we do, how and what we think, and research has found key differences that could explain why males and females think and behave in characteristic ways.  To understand the differences in behavior and leadership styles that men and women exhibit in the workplace, it is necessary to go to the point of origin. Even if the physical brain doesn't change, how it works can.

Instead of evaluating people individually in terms of their leadership capabilities and potential, often times talent can be viewed through a prism of implicit gender stereotypes.  At the March Leadership Symposium, gain a practical insight on how organizations can best respond and work with the differences in male and female brains in order to leverage the strengths and full talent potential of each. Furthermore, gain an understanding of the brain differences in men and women to help reframe challenges between genders in the workplace and reset the relationship for men and women to be able to lead together.

Introducing special guest presenter..

 

Dr. Carlos Davidovich MD.

For over 15 years, Carlos has been coaching internationally to support the leadership development of individuals and management teams alike.

Originally from Argentina, he lived in Europe for 12 years and from 2013 is living in Toronto and working with Optimum Talent as an Executive Coach and a  Certified  Pathfinder Coach. With an expertise in NeuroManagement that involves NeuroMarketing, Neuroeconomics and NeuroLeadership, Carlos draws on his skills as a medical doctor plus 20 years of experience in the Pharmaceutical business to deliver insights to both organizations and executives into how the brain works.

Carlos holds a degree in Psychology from the University of Barcelona, a Medical degree in Argentina, a MBA in Switzerland (Roche interning program) and coaching credentials with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. He is a professor in the MBA program at the University of New York in Prague (UNYP) and an invited lecturer for their EMBA programs at Rotman School of Management in Toronto. He is member of the Neuroleadership Institute and of the Harvard Institute of Coaching.

NAAAP Members: $5.00 (with available promocode)
Non-members: $15.00 Register online in advance (At the door: $20.00)

Registration Deadline:

March 27, 2017

Note:

Dinner menu available pre/post event at Bar Italia, Complimentary hors-d'oeuvres served, Attire: Business or Business Casual, Remember to bring lots of business cards!

Contact details for the event:

Nga Dinh, Director of Events; nga.dinh@naaaptoronto.org

Website:

http://www.naaaptoronto.org