Dr Helena Boschi
Psychologist and educator, specialising in applied neuroscience at work
Speaker and educator about how the brain works, especially at work. Particular areas of interest include the brain and behaviour, the neuroscience of communication and leadership, our emotional and rational neural networks, how to improve our cognitive and creative abilities and how to maintain good psychological and physiological health. Research includes the impact of chronic, work-induced stress on cognitive ability in the workplace.
Recently published a book titled ‘Why We Do What We Do’ which seeks to explain how the workings of our brain affect our behaviour and how we should deal with the modern world of increasing technology, rapid change and constant uncertainty.
Member of the British Psychological Society with a focus on the latest scientific developments in the fields of psychology, neuroscience and behaviour, particularly within the organisational context.
- Keynote plenary: the psychology of change and change management
Day 1 | Tuesday 19 March 2019 12:00 pm Main Conference Room