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Hacking the Neuroscience

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Change that lasts!

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The wisdom traditions from every continent teach us that change is constant, and when we resist it, we suffer. Neuroscience teaches us that our brains seek familiarity; we are creatures of habit.  Almost 90% of our thoughts and behaviors are repeated daily. We have countless homeostatic systems in our bodies that maintain familiar loops and patterns even if they no longer serve us.  From an evolutionary perspective, resistance to change is understandable.

​More than ever before, humanity, including corporations, are being asked to embrace change, innovate, adjust, adapt, and pivot in the face of climate change, advancing technology, changing resources, globalization, and an ongoing pandemic.

​As we have seen in recent times, some embrace change while others resist it at all costs. Most of us have experienced times when we wanted to change but failed to achieve it for internal and external reasons.  Change is easiest when we have support, momentum, and willingness.

​80% of the change process is witnessing oneself, our impact, without judgment. As we build mindful awareness, we begin to develop curiosity and courage to take new actions without activating the shame response or self-defense mechanisms, which is crucial.  

Evolutionary biology teaches us that we have three primary needs: safety. success, and belonging. Wise leaders lead change within this framework.

Over 70% of all change initiatives fail in corporations even after millions of dollars are spent. Creating a culture of change readiness is one of our primary engagements in culture shaping.

Key Workshop Outcomes:

  • Learn the neuroscience of the change process and overcoming resistance
  • Team facilitation practices to enable change
  • Communication needs during the change process
  • Mindfulness practices for individuals and teams to create change and recover from setbacks
  • Interventions to enroll and make a change in cross-functional teams and partnerships

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

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The wisdom traditions from every continent teach us that change is constant, and when we resist it, we suffer. Neuroscience teaches us that our brains seek familiarity; we are creatures of habit.  Almost 90% of our thoughts and behaviors are repeated daily. We have countless homeostatic systems in our bodies that maintain familiar loops and patterns even if they no longer serve us.  From an evolutionary perspective, resistance to change is understandable.

​More than ever before, humanity, including corporations, are being asked to embrace change, innovate, adjust, adapt, and pivot in the face of climate change, advancing technology, changing resources, globalization, and an ongoing pandemic.

​As we have seen in recent times, some embrace change while others resist it at all costs. Most of us have experienced times when we wanted to change but failed to achieve it for internal and external reasons.  Change is easiest when we have support, momentum, and willingness.

​80% of the change process is witnessing oneself, our impact, without judgment. As we build mindful awareness, we begin to develop curiosity and courage to take new actions without activating the shame response or self-defense mechanisms, which is crucial.  

Evolutionary biology teaches us that we have three primary needs: safety. success, and belonging. Wise leaders lead change within this framework.

Over 70% of all change initiatives fail in corporations even after millions of dollars are spent. Creating a culture of change readiness is one of our primary engagements in culture shaping.

Key Workshop Outcomes:

  • Learn the neuroscience of the change process and overcoming resistance
  • Team facilitation practices to enable change
  • Communication needs during the change process
  • Mindfulness practices for individuals and teams to create change and recover from setbacks
  • Interventions to enroll and make a change in cross-functional teams and partnerships

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

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Your Host

Sheila Pride

Instructor

Sheila Pride is the CEO of the Moksha Group. Sheila leads transformation for leaders, teams, and organizations across the globe. She is a master facilitator and change agent, specializing in neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology, coherent “peak performance” states, and high-performance practices. Mostly, she helps expand human potential while also increasing compassion, empathy, and self-regulation. Sheila is an expert in energy sciences - yoga, chi-gong, somatic and biofeedback therapies.  

Sheila crafts thoughtful and successful interventions to help groups realign, improve communication, and lead from their hearts. She is committed to helping leaders share what they learn with their families and communities. Sheila is at her best when helping high-conflict teams or conflict-avoidant teams successfully communicate and resolve issues.  She is able to help leaders show up more empathetically and improve their capacities around feedback, delivery, and teaming.

Sheila has taught all over the world with Fortune 500 companies and small, family-owned businesses. She is a keynote professor at Washington University, St. Louis University, and University of Missouri, and sought out for her specialized expertise.   She has created international training curricula and conducted training nationally with corporations, advocacy groups, legislature, state coalitions, hospitals, and human rights task forces.  

Sheila draws from the deepest teachings of yoga science, shamanic studies, mindfulness, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Restructuring, and Gestalt Therapy to assist leaders and individuals in total and complete transformation.

Cancellations / Modifications:

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If cancellation happens prior to five business days before the booked event, 100% of the deposit is refunded. Partner will return the funds within 48 hours.

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Description

The wisdom traditions from every continent teach us that change is constant, and when we resist it, we suffer. Neuroscience teaches us that our brains seek familiarity; we are creatures of habit.  Almost 90% of our thoughts and behaviors are repeated daily. We have countless homeostatic systems in our bodies that maintain familiar loops and patterns even if they no longer serve us.  From an evolutionary perspective, resistance to change is understandable.

​More than ever before, humanity, including corporations, are being asked to embrace change, innovate, adjust, adapt, and pivot in the face of climate change, advancing technology, changing resources, globalization, and an ongoing pandemic.

​As we have seen in recent times, some embrace change while others resist it at all costs. Most of us have experienced times when we wanted to change but failed to achieve it for internal and external reasons.  Change is easiest when we have support, momentum, and willingness.

​80% of the change process is witnessing oneself, our impact, without judgment. As we build mindful awareness, we begin to develop curiosity and courage to take new actions without activating the shame response or self-defense mechanisms, which is crucial.  

Evolutionary biology teaches us that we have three primary needs: safety. success, and belonging. Wise leaders lead change within this framework.

Over 70% of all change initiatives fail in corporations even after millions of dollars are spent. Creating a culture of change readiness is one of our primary engagements in culture shaping.

Key Workshop Outcomes:

  • Learn the neuroscience of the change process and overcoming resistance
  • Team facilitation practices to enable change
  • Communication needs during the change process
  • Mindfulness practices for individuals and teams to create change and recover from setbacks
  • Interventions to enroll and make a change in cross-functional teams and partnerships

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

KEYNOTE

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Team Size
Flexible
Duration
Flexible
Location
Virtual

Description

The wisdom traditions from every continent teach us that change is constant, and when we resist it, we suffer. Neuroscience teaches us that our brains seek familiarity; we are creatures of habit.  Almost 90% of our thoughts and behaviors are repeated daily. We have countless homeostatic systems in our bodies that maintain familiar loops and patterns even if they no longer serve us.  From an evolutionary perspective, resistance to change is understandable.

​More than ever before, humanity, including corporations, are being asked to embrace change, innovate, adjust, adapt, and pivot in the face of climate change, advancing technology, changing resources, globalization, and an ongoing pandemic.

​As we have seen in recent times, some embrace change while others resist it at all costs. Most of us have experienced times when we wanted to change but failed to achieve it for internal and external reasons.  Change is easiest when we have support, momentum, and willingness.

​80% of the change process is witnessing oneself, our impact, without judgment. As we build mindful awareness, we begin to develop curiosity and courage to take new actions without activating the shame response or self-defense mechanisms, which is crucial.  

Evolutionary biology teaches us that we have three primary needs: safety. success, and belonging. Wise leaders lead change within this framework.

Over 70% of all change initiatives fail in corporations even after millions of dollars are spent. Creating a culture of change readiness is one of our primary engagements in culture shaping.

Key Workshop Outcomes:

  • Learn the neuroscience of the change process and overcoming resistance
  • Team facilitation practices to enable change
  • Communication needs during the change process
  • Mindfulness practices for individuals and teams to create change and recover from setbacks
  • Interventions to enroll and make a change in cross-functional teams and partnerships

Duration Options:

  • 60 min Keynote
  • Half Day Workshop
  • Full Day Workshop

Included

Needed

Your Host

Sheila Pride

Instructor

Sheila Pride is the CEO of the Moksha Group. Sheila leads transformation for leaders, teams, and organizations across the globe. She is a master facilitator and change agent, specializing in neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology, coherent “peak performance” states, and high-performance practices. Mostly, she helps expand human potential while also increasing compassion, empathy, and self-regulation. Sheila is an expert in energy sciences - yoga, chi-gong, somatic and biofeedback therapies.  

Sheila crafts thoughtful and successful interventions to help groups realign, improve communication, and lead from their hearts. She is committed to helping leaders share what they learn with their families and communities. Sheila is at her best when helping high-conflict teams or conflict-avoidant teams successfully communicate and resolve issues.  She is able to help leaders show up more empathetically and improve their capacities around feedback, delivery, and teaming.

Sheila has taught all over the world with Fortune 500 companies and small, family-owned businesses. She is a keynote professor at Washington University, St. Louis University, and University of Missouri, and sought out for her specialized expertise.   She has created international training curricula and conducted training nationally with corporations, advocacy groups, legislature, state coalitions, hospitals, and human rights task forces.  

Sheila draws from the deepest teachings of yoga science, shamanic studies, mindfulness, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Cognitive Restructuring, and Gestalt Therapy to assist leaders and individuals in total and complete transformation.

Cancellations/Modifications:

100 refund

If cancellation happens prior to five business days before the booked event, 100% of the payment is refunded.

20 refund

If cancellation happens within five business days of the booked event, no refunds will be issued.

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