Dr Helena Boschi, organisational psychologist and author of Why We Do What We Do, says that most change communications efforts in organisations fail because they don’t take into account human nature or how the brain works.
“We naturally resist change because it represents uncertainty – and uncertainty is threatening and painful for a brain that wants to keep us safe and alive. Although many of today’s threats are no longer life-or-death situations, our brain still protects us as if they were just that”
Lansons, together with Dr Helena Boschi, is hosting a one-day masterlcass on 7th June where you’ll get to apply the latest psychological and neuroscientific theory to real-life workplace scenarios that will help you get the best out of your change programmes.
For a sneak peak of what to expect, listen to this neurocomms podcast here.
To book your place on the masterclass (£650+VAT) please email [email protected].with your name, job title and company.
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