The role of a HR Professional is rewarding but also complex. Heavy workloads and tight deadlines are coupled with the responsibility of rolling out business critical projects that often impact many. So it’s understandable then that feelings of pressure and overwhelm can mount. But in a role where, for extended periods of time, this can often become the norm it’s important to know what steps to put in place to proactively combat these feelings, helping you move from feeling overwhelmed to actually flourishing.
Join INTOO on Tuesday 25th September at the exclusive Hospital Club, where we will be joined by Carlos Davidovich, International Coach, NeuroManagement expert and a member of Forbes Coaches Council who will introduce the concept of our ‘multiple brains’. Learn how each ‘brain’ contributes to feeling overwhelmed and the impact it has on our working life, and explore our seven steps to help you thrive in highly pressurised, overwhelming situations.
17:30 – 18:00: arrival
18:15 – 19:30: Event
19:30 – 20:30: Networking, Canapés & drinks
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Carlos Davidovich is a renowned ICF international executive coach and facilitator, supporting the development of leaders and management teams alike and is an expert on NeuroManagement and NeuroMarketing. Carlos draws on his skills as a medical doctor plus his twenty years of experience as executive in the pharmaceutical industry to deliver insights to both organizations and executives about neuroscience and leadership. Carlos received a psychology degree in Spain, a medical degree in Argentina, an MBA in Switzerland (Roche internal program) and coaching credentials from the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. He is a professor of Neuromanagement in the MBA program at the University of New York in Prague (UNYP) and a guest lecturer for the EMBA program at the Rotman School of Management in Toronto. He is also a member of the Neuroleadership Institute, the NMSBA (NeuroMarketing Science & Business Association) and a thought leader of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, Harvard and a member of Forbes Coaches Council.