The Neuroscience of Coaching with Josie Thomson, MCC

Nishmita D'Souza  •  Jun 2, 2020  •  2 min read

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The Neuroscience of Coaching with Josie Thomson, MCC

In this webinar, we explored:

  • what is the relevance of neuroscience and coaching
  • what do coaches need to know to coach better with the brain in mind
  • the #1 strategy for getting clients primed for breakthrough thinking

About the Facilitator:

Josie Thomson is a multi-award winning executive coach based in Brisbane, Australia who has pioneered the use of neuroscience principles in working with business leaders around the globe. Josie is the CEO of Wise Advocate Enterprises and a force for transformation in the lives of many. She is an acclaimed international speaker and resilience and mindset expert. She completed studies in business, executive masters studies in the Neuroscience of Leadership, and workplace mindfulness facilitation. Josie was awarded International Gold Stevie Award for Maverick of the Year (Difference Maker) for 2014 and 2015, The Women In Business Coach/Mentor of the Year 2014 Silver Award in New York City, and is a former Telstra Business Woman of the Year Finalist. She has co-authored a leadership book with Dr. Jeffrey M Schwartz and Art Kleiner: The Wise Advocate – The Inner Voice of Strategic Leadership which has been nominated by Columbia University Press for several awards. She is passionate about life and helping others experience the best life has to offer. She is an inspirational speaker and Ambassador for Childhood Cancer Support.

Learn More with Josie:

Watch the full webinar here

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