The latest insights into the workings of the brain help explain why certain behaviors are counterproductive while others improve engagement and allow for change.
Beaverton, Oregon (PRWEB) June 10, 2016
Michael Beck, executive coach, business strategist and author of ‘Eliciting Excellence – Bringing Out the Best in People’ has been selected as a featured speaker for the 2016 ATD – Cascade Conference (Association for Talent Development) Oct 13, 2016, to be held at the Portland Sheraton Airport Hotel.
Michael’s talk “Achieving Lasting Behavioral Change: Brain Science isn’t Rocket Science” will offer attendees the latest research on brain science and how it impacts the ability to affect positive changes in people. Beck is quoted as saying, "It's critical to understand the causes of disengagement. The latest insights into the workings of the brain help explain why certain behaviors are counterproductive while others improve engagement and allow for change." His talk will address how external influences affect the brain, what doesn't work when attempting to change people's behavior, and how to successfully achieve lasting change.
Brain science and behavioral change are areas of interest and study for Beck as an executive coach who works with senior executives. Beck’s book ‘Eliciting Excellence’ describes the necessary competencies and strategies needed to bring out the best in people. Beck points out that while good strategies and smart decisions are important, leaders will maximize results by helping people to be their best. Beck says, "We believe that bringing out the best in people is the essence of exceptional leadership."
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Michael J. Beck Bio
Michael Beck is an executive coach, business strategist, public speaker, and author. Beck and his company are passionate about helping companies and their leaders bring out the best in people. He works with executives to improve their leadership effectiveness, broaden their strategic thinking, and create a stronger executive presence. Michael has held a variety of top executive positions in his career across a broad range of industries, and spent several years overseas as a Business Advisor to a member of the Royal Family of Saudi Arabia. His credentials include an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of Business along with degrees in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a regular contributor to a variety of local (Portland Business Journal), regional (Puget Sound Business Journal), national and international publications, including his own blog, "Eliciting Excellence”.