The key to success with change is knowing how to move people through their brain-based resistance. Once you know the four brain structures activated by fear, failure and fatigue, you can drive successful change initiatives, says Dr. Britt Andreatta
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (PRWEB) August 29, 2018
Dr. Britt Andreatta, an internationally-recognized thought leader and former chief learning officer for Lynda.com (now LinkedIn Learning), has released a new brain-based ecourse, the Change Quest Model™ for individuals on how to thrive through change.
The Change Quest Model™ focuses in on the human side of change and why we are predisposed to resist. This model has proven to be highly effective in driving successful change of all kinds. It has helped individuals and organizations better understand how people react to the change and how to reduce change fatigue and increase resilience. “The key to success with change is knowing how to move people through their brain-based resistance. Once you know the four brain structures activated by fear, failure and fatigue, you can drive successful change initiatives,” says Dr. Andreatta
In this ecourse, Dr. Andreatta provides insights into how you can use brain-based learning to drive successful change for yourself and others. While change is the new normal, you can harness your biology to thrive through any kind of change.
This self-paced 90-day ecourse includes insights on:
- The four brain structures that get activated by change
- Why we are wired to resist and how to become more adaptable/resilient
- The different types of change and how to overcome change fatigue
- New tools and techniques to thrive through any change successfully
About Dr. Britt Andreatta
Dr. Britt Andreatta is an internationally recognized thought leader who uses her unique background in leadership, neuroscience, psychology, and learning to create brain science-based solutions for today’s workplace challenges. She is the former Chief Learning Officer for Lynda.com and her research is transforming the learning and talent industry. With over 25 years of experience working with Fortune 100/500 corporations, educational and government institutions, and nonprofits, Britt is known for helping people and organizations rise to their potential.