Exclusive ISCPA Member Benefit
This program takes us on a journey into the blind spots of our own brains to better understand why rational, intelligent people, make poor choices. Participants will come away with a new appreciation for the ways in which their mismatched brains and modern environment drive them to behave in ways none of us expect or accept! Discover ways to consciously create a healthier, happier, more ethical space for yourself and your colleagues.
ISCPA Members needing General ethics CPE
ISCPA Members needing Idaho-State-Specific ethics CPE - suitable for ISCPA members that fall into one of the categories below:
- Newly licensed in Idaho (exam, reciprocity or transfer of grades) in 2018;
- You Reinstated an Active license in Idaho in 2018 or
- You Re-entered as an Active licensee in Idaho in 2018.
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Engaging, inspiring and enthusiastic, Rebecca's style meets her audiences where they are and brings them along for a fascinating journey into their own minds. Brain science for business has never been more approachable and fun! Her enthusiasm for helping others maximize their potentials is as infectious as her energy.
Using the biologically driven challenges organizations face in managing behaviors, Rebecca weaves together stories from her personal experiences, cutting edge research in neuroscience, and practical takeaways for everyday operations in work and life. The result is an unforgettable experience that will permanently shift the perceptions of participants and redirect them on a course toward happier, healthier, and more productive lives.
As an evolutionary biologist, Rebecca brings refreshing insights from the biological perspective to help her clients make sense of the "whys?" underlying our behaviors as individuals and institutions.
Key highlights of her signature workshops include:
Reconciling stone-aged brains to operate more efficiently in a modern world
Understanding biologically driven behaviors and helping them work for you, not against you
Building cooperation, and stimulating creativity and innovation by understanding the underlying mechanisms that regulate these processes at a neurological level
Optimizing the work environment to allow the greatest potential from all employees
A native New Yorker, Rebecca currently resides in South Carolina and is finishing her book Instinctive Cognition, which highlights how to live with intention beyond our subconscious minds.