Ask and You Shall Achieve: Using Neuro-Axiology to Engage Leaders in Their Own Self-Development
Have you noticed that knowledge and skills training doesn’t always lead to changes in behavior and performance?
Significant and sustainable improvements in leadership, talent, culture, and performance require significant and sustainable improvements in THINKING. No “skill” is more important than cognitive self-leadership or one’s ability to engage their very best thinking and cognition at will. During our time together, you will discover the principles and practices of cognitive self-leadership using the science of neuro-axiology.
At the heart of cognitive self-leadership is the practice of asking oneself the right questions at the right time. These questions have the power to sustainability and quickly transform human thought and subsequently, human behavior.
You will walk through the 5 important and often overlooked steps to the growth and development of leaders. You will also learn the 3 questions that every organization must use to grow a culture of professional development and self-leadership.
- Participants will come away with specific questions to ask themselves that will cause them to be a more effective self-leader in all circumstances.
- Participants will know how to ask the Central Question, the “Good” question and the Mission Critical Questions that will transform their performance.
- Participants will recognize the persistent gap in their current development programs AND know how to bridge that gap using the tools of cognitive self-leadership.
Speaker: Traci Duez is a popular keynote speaker in the project management community. She has spoken at over 70 different PMI chapters to over 16,000 leaders and executives in the past 6 years including PMI Global Congresses in North America and Europe. She has worked with Halliburton, Microsoft, DeVry University, Shell Oil, Fujitsu, Mary Kay and many others.
Traci earned a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Case Western Reserve University. She entered a master's program in athletic coaching at The Ohio State University. She has coached basketball at the high school and collegiate levels. She was also a project manager for 17 years. Prior to starting her own company in 2006, she was a director of over 100 consultants for a nationwide IT consulting firm.
Today, she is a leading expert in cognitive self-leadership and helps leaders and executives grow their leadership abilities and those of their teams. Her audience members say “Traci is not only an engaging speaker; she brings new ideas to the table rather than just repackaging the old ones…. Traci is a speaker that you can hear more than once and hear a new message every time.”
Address ( print map with directions)
New Horizons CLC Houston (Located in the same complex at the Decorative Center Houston)
5120 Woodway Dr., Suite 200
Houston, TX 77056
Be on the lookout for the Design Center of Houston on Woodway, you will go past it as New Horizons location is located behind the white building you see on Woodway. There is free valet parking or you can self-park in the garage.
Visitors can park in any spots without a ‘RESERVED’ sign on them. They have open spots on every floor of the garage and outside the lobby of the building (there is also a valet service here)
Food (menu attached)
The onsite café has good food but a small kitchen so please plan to place your order with the café at least 30 mins prior to the start of the session.