“Coaching is an interpersonal process that helps people achieve positive change and growth. By harnessing innate strengths, uncovering intrinsic motivations, and asking empowering questions, coaching fosters self-generated insight, vision, and goal clarity.”
Institute of Coaching (IOC), at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
The BrainSMART® Executive Coaching program focuses on empowering executives with processes for harnessing their brain’s unique strengths and eliciting self-generated insights related to setting and making progress towards worthwhile goals. These processes are grounded in research from cognitive psychology and neuroscience, with a specific focus on the fostering of metacognitive skills. Such skills are key to unlocking more of the brain’s potential, tapping into intrinsic motivations, and enhancing cognitive performance, creative problem-solving, and productivity.
Some Key Areas of Focus
- Discovering signature strengths
- Clarifying important goals
- Fostering self-generated strategies for achieving goals
- Sustaining growth mindsets
- Emotional intelligence
- Embracing diversity
- Deep listening
- Verbal and non-verbal communication
- Influencing with integrity
- Effective delegation and team management
- Team development
- Leadership presence
- Getting the best from the brain
- Resilience and well-being
- Strategic and innovative thinking for a changing world
Lead Coach, Marcus Conyers, Ph.D.
For four decades, Dr. Marcus Conyers has been pioneering the field of BrainSMART ® Leadership. His global leadership experience has focused on improving organizational performance through practical applications of cognitive psychology and neuroscience in ways that support profitable growth.
Dr. Conyers co-developed the world’s first doctoral minor in Brain-Based Leadership with Nova Southeastern University, and he serves as a research supervisor for the Ph.D. in Professional Practice: Psychological Perspectives at the Solomons Institute for Applied Psychology at Canterbury Christ Church University. The lead developer of the BrainSMART® Executive Coaching program, Dr. Conyers, is an affiliate member of the Institute of Coaching (IOC) at McLean Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School.
An author of 20 books, including Positively Smarter, and Developing Growth Mindsets, Dr. Conyers has worked in 30 countries on five continents and shared his work with 100,000 executives and educators who reach millions of learners worldwide. His person-centered executive coaching approach is grounded in the belief that every human being has vast untapped potential that can be cultivated through respectful dialogue and the fostering of metacognitive skills.
To learn more about how you might support the achievement of your organization’s goals through BrainSMART ® Executive Coaching contact, firstname.lastname@example.org