Workshop examines leadership & Brain Development
The Center for Community Partnerships at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside presents the leadership development workshop "Mind Over Matter" Wednesday, May 23, from 8-10 a.m. Featuring business executive Nancy Glynn, this highly interactive seminar is for leaders in business, nonprofit organizations, education, and government and is held in the UW-Parkside Student Center, 900 Wood Rd. in Kenosha. This program is sponsored by the Racine Community Foundation.
Based on research, "Mind Over Matter" is a new scientific and investigative approach to leadership development that elevates participants' ability to tap into greater capacities and enhance their resilience in a complex world. The workshop provides a comprehensive introduction to extraordinary ways the mind can be used to increase emotional intelligence, boost memory, improve focus and learning capacities, strengthen the immune system and, possibly, slow the aging process.
"Mind Over Matter" is presented by facilitator Nancy Glynn who uses practical exercises to summarize the current challenges for leaders in our volatile, uncertain world, provide insight into the most critical 21st century leadership skills, and explains relevant information on how our brains work and how this affects our leadership performance.
Glynn, a former international ballet soloist, is co-founder of the business performance consulting firm ATTAIN Partners and is a founder of Dynallia Global Leadership Development, Ltd. Having served as a senior executive in international corporations, she weaves her business experiences into her executive coaching, mentoring, and leadership advisory services. She has an MBA and is an accredited business coach.Cost of the "Mind Over Matter" seminar is $30 ($20 for students) which includes breakfast. To register, call the Center for Community Partnerships at 262-595-3340 or visit www.uwp.edu keyword: continuing education.