TJwow webinar recording May 2017 - How can we apply neuroscience in the workplace?

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Written by Jo Cook on 19 May 2017 in Video

Recording of the TJ discussion webinar from May 2017 about applying neuroscience findings to the workplace.

April 11th 10am UK time



Neuroscience is a hot topic and has a lot to offer, but also, there are lots of neuromyths and people using data in a way that isn't reputable.

How do we know what to do for L&D?

The webinar was with:

Outcomes from the session

At the end of the discussion attendees were asked what action they would take, and here are their answers for you to consider for your own take-aways:

Should you attend the next #TJwow webinar?

This was my first - but not my last. See you around of the next webinar!

Thanks for all the sharing I've got a lot of reading and testing to do.  Good tip about listening again. Thanks all.

Thanks for all the great energy and super references x

Thanks for sharing, lots of things to think about and read up on.

Thanks to all panellists and all concerned for a great session.

Will be watching this webinar again!

Thank you all and especially Jo for hosting this event! This was my first - but not my last. See you around of the next webinar!

Interesting format. Thanks to all

See the webinar schedule here.


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