curso de neuroliderazgo

Course in NeuroLeadership

A groundbreaking and original perspective regarding the conceptualisation of leadership and the key factors to carry it out in an effective way

Official name
Course in NeuroLeadership
Degree certificate issued by La Salle
Modality On-site
Duration 2 Months
Language Spanish
Places available 15
Credits 0-ECTS
Start Date 28 October 2024
Schedule Monday, from 17h to 21h
Location Barcelona

Neuroleadership offers a revolutionary, innovative concept of leadership and the key factors required to make sure it is effective: a new way of thinking, deciding and doing in the context of leadership.

In the Neuroleadership Course, you will identify and explore: the cerebral processes that explain your behaviour; the way you take decisions; motivation; emotional intelligence; the way you relate to others; as well as individual and organisational intelligence and learning, all with a focus on how they relate to the professional world and leadership.

The Neuroleadership Course is an opportunity for personal growth, to learn about yourself as an individual and to improve your organisational skills, all with a strong grounding in the way the brain functions.

  • The course is applicable to any professional opportunities where relationships play a key role.
  • It is aimed at professionals interested in self-awareness and releasing its potential in order to provide conscious, high-integrity leadership.

 

COURSE WITH FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR COMPANIES

Some or all of the cost of this course may be covered by FUNDAE training funds.

La Salle-URL is accredited by FUNDAE as a training provider, and we provide all the information required so you can request funding for your course from said body.​

We offer special bonuses to those companies that enroll several participants in the same course or in different courses within the current academic year.

 

 

Emma Barthe, Program coordinator,

Time of crisis? No, time of revolution. Don't miss the Digital Coffee with the coordinator of the neuro-leadership course, Emma Barthe