Science of the Art of Coaching - Applied Neuroscience for Coaches Designed and Facilitated by Dr. Paul Brown Four Acres - Unileveer


May 24, 2018 @ 9:00 am – November 9, 2019 @ 5:30 pm
Price Singapore Dollars - $6,980 Early Bird $6,780 – Until the 12th of April 2018 Group $6,480
Karen Gotthelf
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Four Acres - Unileveer
18 Nepal Park
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Face to face teaching events
DATES: 24 & 25 May 2018 23 & 24 August 2018 27 & 28 of September 8 & 9 November 2018

The Science of the Art of Coaching Programme is designed for executive coaches, practitioners or human resource/ talent leaders interested in applying knowledge from modern neuroscience and interpersonal biology to enhance coaching conversations and outcomes. It introduces participants to modern neuroscientific understandings about how the brain works; how energy is created and directed; what the emotional bases of motivation are: how an appreciation of the interpersonal neurobiology of the coaching encounter can be managed in pursuit of the client’s coaching goals; and what the neurobiological bases of stress are and how stress can be managed epigenetically through perceptual shifts and awareness. Over the ten months of the Programme it combines face-to-face teaching of knowledge and simulation training with case material webinars.


Designed and Facilitated by Dr. Paul Brown

Faculty Professor, Organisational Neuroscience, Monarch Business School Switzerland; External Advisor, International Energy & Research Centre, the Tyndall National Institute, University of Cork and International Chairman of the Vietnam Consulting Group, Ho Chi Minh city.

Paul Brown is a world leader in the way he is developing the use of neuroscience in organisations – A Clinical and Organisational Psychologist and Executive Coach and Supervisor, Paul’s main focus is in creating a general theory of the Individual and the Organisation based upon mapping how energy flows or gets blocked in the pursuit of profit or other outcomes within the organisational system
He has recently co-authored several books that provide insights from neuroscience for organisations.

The Fear-Free Organisation (2015) Kogan Page

Neuroscience for Leadership: harnessing the brain gain advantage (2015) Palgrave Macmillan Neuropsychology for Coaches: understanding the basics(2012) McGraw-Hill/Open University Press

Paul lives in Vietnam and consults and teaches in S E Asia, Europe and America. He has created and teaches a world-first distance-learning Masters program in Applied Neuroscience in Organisations.

Number of Core Competency (CC): 41.5

Number of Resource Development (RD): 25.75