Presentation with Franz Hütter
June 26, 2014: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
"Brain-based Leadership and Change Management: recent findings from neuroscience and their practical implications"
80333 München, Germany
How does our brain create motivation? How do good decisions emerge from the highly complex interactions in our brain's neuronal networks? Which key factors of neuroplastic change make an organizational change process sustainably successful?
Thanks to modern brain imaging techniques neuroscience has become a true treasure trove for leaders and change managers looking for evidence-based and workable answers to these questions. Neuroscience can thus give us new impulses and inspiration for creating performance-friendly leadership cultures and for making change processes a success.
Franz Hütter's presentation is based on recent studies from the field of neuroscience with a strong practical focus.
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Franz Hütter (Speaker)
Franz Hütter, M.A. studied language and literature in Munich focusing on the cognitive psychology of language. This field of research put him in contact with neuroscience in the early 90s, which hence became one of his main areas of expertise. After graduating from the Munich Ludwig-Maximilians-University and completing a research project he joined an Automotive IT company as a consultant in communications and strategy. He earned degrees as a trainer's trainer, as a master-coach and as a practitioner of psychotherapy (HPG). Franz Huetter is now the head of BRAIN-HR, a training institute dedicated to providing applied translational science to management, to human resource development professionals and to the consulting business. BRAIN-HR's main focus lies on the implications of neurosciences for leadership, corporate education, organizational development, change management and coaching. Franz Huetter teaches Applied Cognitive Neuroscience at the "Hochschule für angewandtes Management" in Erding.
Andrea Fuchs, '09 (EXP-14)