The world has certainly changed over the past twelve to eighteen months. We have moved to a work from home (or live at work) culture. Our relationships have changed, our communications have changed, and our activities have largely moved online. For many the learning curve has been steep, and for some, almost impossible.
As we continue to evolve, how can we keep Toastmasters at the forefront of this change? Join Bret Freeman for this interactive and educational session where he will discuss how adopting a growth mindset across our clubs can keep them vibrant and flourishing regardless of what is down the road.
You will come away from this session with tools and techniques to not only foster a growth mindset for yourself but learn to model this outlook for all with whom you interact. You will discover the Neuroscience behind this mindset and how we can all be more “brain friendly” in our interactions.
About Bret Freeman
Bret Freeman is a Business Psychologist with a specialisation in Applied Neuroscience. As a Master Trainer, Facilitator, Executive Coach and Keynote Speaker, he works with senior leadership teams in some of the largest organisations in the world.
Bret has more than 25 years’ experience facilitating change and delivering key leadership development and cultural transformation programmes in the areas of unconscious bias, inclusion and diversity, growth mindset, change management, and the neuroscience of learning. He is experienced across a wide range of industries including, Finance, Technology, Pharmaceutical, Professional Services, Government, and Military organisations in over 20 countries.
He is a graduate of the Oxford Executive Leadership Programme and holds a Certificate in the Foundations of NeuroLeadership.
Bret is a Results Certified Coach through the NeuroLeadership Institute, a Certified Master Coach with the ABNLP, a Master Practitioner of Neuro Linguistic Programming, and a certified Cognitive Behavioural Therapist.
He is a frequent speaker at international leadership events, is a Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) through Toastmasters International and has been a featured TEDx speaker and coach at multiple TED events. As a full member of the British Neuroscience Association, his work focuses primarily on growth mindset, unconscious bias and the effects of our communications on those with whom we interact.