Keynote speaker Anette Prehn is an expert and pioneer in the field of neuroscience. She makes the complicated field of neuroscience research understandable to all types of audiences and shares findings on how best to change a mindset, make change stick, lead, and collaborate. All her motivational talks are spiced up with humor and thorough research.
Why you should book Anette Prehn for your next event
- Anette presents unforgettable keynotes that are insightful and inspiring. Your audience will gain useful tools and knowledge that can be easily applied.
- She is a bestselling author, debater and opinion former.
- Anette is one of the most requested and popular keynote speakers in Denmark.
Anette Prehn is a pioneer in applied neuroscience and the go-to-person when it comes to turning the cutting-edge insights of neuroscience into down-to-earth tools for change management. She is a social scientist (M.A.), leadership trainer, motivational speaker and professional certified coach (PCC).
Anette works with two of the Top 5 biggest Nordic companies – and all of Denmark’s Top 3 banks – and has clients from e.g. Roche, Lego, Vestas and Novozymes. She is the author of “Play Your Brain” (Marshall Cavendish, 2011 – translated into complex Chinese, 玩樂到腦, in 2012) and two books on brain-based coaching published by Danish publishers.
In April 2009, Anette was honoured the title “Trainer of the Year – Leadership/Coaching” by Confex. Clients call her “a brilliant motivational speaker”, “the Danish Stephen Covey” and “a world class trainer”. Anette’s speeches and workshops are varied, engaging and inspiring experience – shifting between presentation, videos, exercises, down-to-earth tools, engaging anecdotes, tips & tricks and reflective questions. The participants are encouraged to co-create the atmosphere – and constantly bridge the learning environment and their daily experiences/challenges for maximum application and benefit.
The brain follows certain ground rules, but only few of us have the understanding and ability to put them into practice. Unfortunately, this means that leaders and employees alike are missing out on the keys to fruitful cooperation that boost learning, performance, innovation, and emotion regulation.
This book is an invitation to become a BrainSmart leader – to learn to pick up on and understand social interaction in a new way and to be willing to think and act in a manner that works with the brain’s logic as opposed to against it. The tools in this book will improve your ability to help your organisation through change and create working environments that minimise negative stress, tackle online pressure and respect the brain’s limited capacity.
Anette Prehn boldly challenges and provokes standard practice, stressing that leading without proper understanding of the rules of the brain is like leading with your eyes blindfolded. The question isn’t whether you, as a leader, leave a mark on your employees’ brains, but rather what kind of mark you leave.
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