The human brain has evolved to minimise threat and maximise reward.
The threat response decreases wider perception, cognition, creativity, collaboration and motivation in humans. This can translate into low engagement at work. How then can we minimise threat and maximise reward to better engage others?
Insights from the field of neuroscience can help us answer this question. There are five key domains of social threat and reward that can be organised into what is called the SCARF® Model. Those domains are Status, Certainty, Autonomy, Relatedness, and Fairness (D. Rock, 2008). Using SCARF®, leaders can better understand human behaviour so that they drive engagement and unlock potential in their teams through higher-quality interactions.
In this webinar you will learn about The Brain’s Organising principle (Threat & Reward) and how you can apply SCARF® to better engage others.
Des Golden coaches leaders, entrepreneurs and business owners to better performance. He studied the Neuroscience of Coaching at the Neuroleadership Institute and uses their Results Coaching System methodology to great effect with his clients.
Des has delivered workshops for companies on holistic health and how to optimise your brain at work. He has performed numerous coaching interventions with companies, coached senior executives at Microsoft, CEO’s of tech start ups and business owners. Des is also a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF).
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