Leadership Topics

Mind3 bring the art and (neuro) science of leadership to life. We are pragmatic people who have led in senior roles inside of businesses. We are also passionate students of Applied Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence as a rich and expanding field of research into human potential

We are humble about what we don’t know and passionate to equip leaders with the insights we can share to translate behavior into commercial advantage. The result is a series of leadership topics that drive powerful results and where we offer modules that you can deep dive into in any combination:

  • Ah ha!: The art of leading creativity
  • Brand-you: Expand your leadership brand
  • Brilliant resilience: The science of peak performance under duress
  • Confidence: Building confidence in oneself and others
  • Cultural agility: Leading across cultures
  • Decision architect: The science of making great decisions
  • Design thinking: Human centered strategy
  • Effective dialogue: Communications that work
  • Emotional & social intelligence: People leading people
  • Eureka: The art and science of complex problem solving
  • Execution: The science of collaboration and accountability
  • Executive communications: Land your board message
  • Inclusive intelligence: From bias to inclusion
  • Influencing and persuasion: Nudge others over
  • Jump: Building your career
  • Leading on purpose: How to define and lead with purpose
  • Leading transformation: Driving positive change
  • Once upon a time: The art of story telling
  • Paradox management: Leading through complexity
  • Perform: Building a feedback and coaching culture
  • Potential unlimited: The science of learning and development
  • Presence: The art and science of executive impact
  • Profiting from uncertainty: Scenario planning
  • Systems thinking: Leading the enterprise
  • teamup: The neuroscience of high performance teams
  • Them and us: The science of identity at work
  • Trust me: Creating psychological safety

If you’d like to explore our leadership series in your organization:

“We are not thinking machines that feel;
rather, we are feeling machines that think.”

(Antonio Damasio)