- February 13, 2020
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
The Brain Science of Agile: Practical tools to quickly improve resilience, adaptability, and fearlessness in a rapidly changing world
A complex world has been destabilizing for the brains of most employees and society at large. The hidden cost is a substantial reduction in productivity, barriers to innovation and adaptability, and much psychological distress and mental health problems. As a result, the jobs of organizational development and human resource leaders has become much more difficult yet much more critical. Because the world is changing so quickly it is essential to have highly adaptable teams and organizations to keep pace and thrive let alone survive. Only brain science can help to systematically and completely reverse the destabilizing effect of chaos.
The Life Ecology Organization (LEO) program delivers a collection of brain hacks that have been proven to quickly help people become more resilient and then creatively and scientifically fearless. Now chaos represents incredible opportunities for creative joy and purpose. Come to see why!
Join the OD Network of Chicago on 2/13/20 to learn more about the LEO Program from its founder, Dr. Niraj Nijhawan.
About the Presenter
Dr. Niraj (Raj) Nijhawan is a practicing physician. He was raised in Milwaukee, WI, graduated from the University of Wisconsin Medical School in 1992, and completed a medical residency in Anesthesiology/Critical Care at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Dr. Nijhawan received a National Institute of Health Scientist Training Grant where he acquired a Master’s Degree in clinical research, became a clinical scientist, and designed and conducted medical research. He is also a healthcare leader and was recruited to run and build several medical departments in a variety of hospitals and healthcare systems. Dr.Nijhawan has spent nearly 30 years cataloging, practicing, teaching, and helping people integrate the latest knowledge from the realms of medical, social, and
neuroscience into their lives. For more information, visit www.leoprogram.com.
Venue: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology - 4th Floor