The Neuroscience of Positive Change
NEUROSCIENCE, DIVERSITY, INCLUSION & EQUITY
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THE BRAIN AND INCLUSION
INCLUSION & EQUITY
Managing Unconscious Bias
Neuroscience of Engagement
The Brain and Building Trust Across Differences
The Inclusive Leader
Building Brain-based Inclusion Skills
Did You Know?
Your brain can trump your good intentions to be inclusive without you even knowing it?
That to demonstrate the competency of Inclusion, the Higher Brain must be online.
That the Higher Brain goes off-line by threats in the environment - real or perceived - very often without our conscious awareness and negatively impacting inclusion skills.
Brain Facts & Inclusion Skills
The brain's embedded survival circuitry challenges the brain's ability to see others' perspectives, and engage empathy
The brain has very strong, built-in preferences for what is familiar and prefers people who look similar
Social pain of exclusion registers in the brain as strongly as physical pain
Use brain-based skills to successfully shift to the Higher Brain throughout the day
Consciously engage empathy towards others who are not like ourselves
Maintain high levels of self-awareness throughout the day
Keep the positive brain on-line to build trust-based connections across differences
Access open- minded perceptions - even under pressure and stress
Increasing the motivation to discover shared interests and collaborate across differences
Our neuroscience- based Inclusion
Programs develop the following core competencies to: