Neuroleadership Training will be held in Yerevan within the University of Sheffield Days

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The University of Sheffield Days in Yerevan will be held in Yerevan on March 5-6.

The event will start at 17:00 on March 5 with the welcoming remarks from Minister of Education and Science of Armenia Levon Mkrtchyan, British Ambassador to Armenia Judith Farnworth and Head MBA Student Coach for Career and Professional Development University of Sheffield International Faculty CITY College Nick Lambridis.

International Students Director University of Sheffield International Faculty CITY College Gregory Dikaios will present the University of Sheffield Programmes and New Scholarships available in Armenia.

At 18:00 the workshop “Meet the CEO: Journey to the top” will start. The purpose of the workshop is to have well-recognised experts of high caliber to share their experiences with others. The talk will refer to the keys for personal and organizational success, to the lessons learned in their career course, and to the ways of balancing work and personal life.

The panel speakers will be Andrey Pyatakhin, Beeline Armenia CEO, Catalina Susan, Armenia Marriot Hotel General Manager, Victoria Aslanyan, ArmAs Wines CEO and Astghik Sargsyan, Alcon Armenia NOVARTIS Ophtalmic Division, CEO.

On March 6 Nick Lambridis will hold an extensive training on Neuroleadership Training/Brain-Based Techniques for Leaders. It will kick off at 10:00 and will last till 18:15 (with lunch and coffee breaks).

Nick Lambridis has specialized in Communications, Coaching and Emotional Intelligence. He holds a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering from the
University  of San Francisco and a Diploma in Organizational Psychology from INSEAD Business School in France.

He is the founder and CEO of Advisor Training and Coaching Ltd., based in Athens with clients from over 12 countries. He has been teaching and coaching for the last 12 years in many large multinational companies such as Pfizer, Novartis, WIND, Abbott, ROCHE, Eurobank, Citibank, Marks and Spencer, Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi–Aventis.

Most leadership books and training programs focus on how leaders can achieve more - do more, better, faster, with spectacular results. We've become obsessed with continuous improvement at increasing speed, with resulting rising stress levels to leaders and their followers and deteriorating relationships.  Mindfulness as both a leadership practice and workplace culture holds the promise to bring back balance and better health.

Most contemporary management and leadership literature is a predictive recasting of 19th and 20th century institutional thinking-multitasking, bigger, better, faster; planning, analysis and problem solving. Work on steroids.

While it is true that the effectiveness of leaders is determined by the results they achieve, those results are an outcome of the impact the leaders have on others. Behavior is driven by thinking and emotions. Thinking and emotions can be a result of mindfulness or mindlessness.

Neuroscience research clearly established that we act, decide and choose as a result of inner forces, often unconscious, and the brain's reactive and protective mechanisms often rule us. Research also points to the existence of emotions being contagious and viral in the workplaces, often initiated by the emotional states of leaders.

If you are interested to take part in the University of Sheffield Days visit www.sheffielddays.eu or contact lshahzadeyan@citycollege.sheffield.eu
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