APPLIED NEUROSCIENCE

Understand your Brain, Understand Yourself, Understand Others

2020 Applied Neuroscience Webinar Series.

Designed for Leaders &  Managers,  Executive Coaches,  Organizational Development Professionals, Team Leads

Back by popular demand.  The DC Neuroleadership Group is offering a new two-part series on Applied Neuroscience topics. The Webinars are taught by Wendy Swire and take place live recorded if you cannot attend the live events. You may sign up for both or one of the sessions.  In only two hours, you will gain high-impact and practical understanding of essential aspects of brain science with  immediate workplace applications.

The  programs are designed to provide a  high “return on investment” for your time to ensure you understand key concepts of neuroscience that can be applied. The Webinars take place live on Zoom and are also recorded if you cannot attend the live events. You will receive supplemental resources, a participant workbook and access to the recordings and all course materials.  1.0 CEUs from the International Coaching Federation are available for each session.

Understanding the brain and how people think

Webinar Session #1: Critical Brain Networks and Regions

Thursday, January 16, 2020 | Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm US/EST


In this session you will learn:

  • Go beyond the Triune (three) brain model and understand your Six Brains as source of information and wisdom.
  • Learn Four Critical Brain Networks (Default, Rewards, Affect and Control) and how they impact emotional and cognitive function.
  • Understand the impact of neuroscience networks on resiliency, productivity and self-awareness.
  • Review how to apply these neuroscience concepts in your workplace -- as a coach, manager, leader or team lead.

To register for this Webinar,  please go to:


Webinar Session #2: Neuroscience and Change in the Brain

Date: Thursday, February 6, 2020  |  Time:  7:00-8:00  PM US/EST


In this second session you will learn:

  • Why the brain dislikes uncertainty (why no news is worse than bad news).
  • What brain networks and neurochemicals are impacted by change.
  • How the brain moves makes decisions and reacts during change.
  • The impact of emotions, positive neurochemistry and habit formation in creating long-lasting change.

To register for Webinar 2  go to:

About your Instructor: Wendy’s Background in Applied Neuroscience

Wendy at the DC Neuroleadership Group with neuroscientist and expert in neuroplasticity Dr. Douglas Fields, from the National Institute of Health

Wendy at the DC Neuroleadership Group with neuroscientist and expert in neuroplasticity Dr. Douglas Fields, from the National Institute of Health

applied neuroscience training

Wendy is well-known for curating brain science research and applications to make the information practical and accessible to all levels and audiences. She is very active in the field of Neuroleadership since 2009, when she formed the Neuroleadership Institute’s Washington, DC Chapter today known as the DC Neuroleadership Group.

A popular speaker and workshop leader, Wendy has taught Applied Neuroscience and Neuroleadership to Fortune 100 business executives, senior military leaders, congressional staff members military, executive coaches and other diverse audiences.

She was nominated and accepted as a member to the prestigious professional Society for Neuroscience, is a member of the Academy of Brain-Based Learning and is certified in Conversational Intelligence®. Wendy works closely with neuroscientists and neuropsychologists to ensure her research material is validated and cutting edge.

See Wendy in Action

See Wendy in Action Speaking on Applied Brain Science (video)

Testimonials from Applied Neuroscience Webinar Series

“Wendy, fascinating!  Great content! Lots of Ahas for me to digest.”
Linda Cassell, CPCC, M. Ed., Certified Neuro Leadership Coach
Quantum Leap Coaching and Training
“Thank you for the  Applied Neuroscience Webinar.  I found the content to be very valuable.  I especially liked Wendy’s  focus on how to apply what we learned. I plan to  share strategies for calming down the brain that were discussed during the webinar. “
Christina Schwartz,  Great Coaches Inc.
"In my previous career, I was an occupational therapist and took neuroanatomy in school. Wendy's webinar series was perfect to wake up the part of my brain that learned this 20 years ago.  A basic  understanding of how the brain works is helpful in making changes in my own life and supporting my clients as they make changes in their lives."
Lisa Hope Tilstra, MHS, PCC, Leadership and Emotional Intelligence Coach

Need more information?

To receive information on the next Applied Neuroscience Webinar Series dates, please contact Wendy Swire.

Applied Neuroscience Testimonials

Utilizing her extensive knowledge and research about the intersection of neuroscience and leadership, Wendy Swire has developed a high-quality presentation on the theme of “Neuroleadership.” Her presentation balances information and practical activities to provide participants with a solid understanding of how their brains function and impact their leadership style and decision-making processes.”
– Mickey A. Benson, PhD., President, Monitor Associates, Inc.
Doubling down on my existing commitment to try to expose myself to as many new ideas and new people as possible, now I know that there’s evidence that establishing those neural paths is important.”
Defense Contractor
I already had high hopes for Wendy’s webinar on neuroplasticity because of some previous programs on neuroscience. She packed this one-hour session with precise definitions, research examples, coaching experiences, and ways to apply the concept of neuroplasticity in our own coaching practices. Perhaps the most effective element of her session was the challenge to incorporate these insights into our own lives by embracing learning, novelty, and personal change at any age.”
Gay-Lynn Carpenter, PCC President, International Coaching Federation of Virginia
I am more conscious about being in the moment and staying engaged. I will try to be more intentional about my personal learning, growth and exercising of brain power.”
Intelligence Analyst, Virginia

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