At all levels of organizations, exceptional performance depends on goal achievement and the recognition of great work. And yet, research proves 98% of the time people fail at turning their most passionate resolutions into reality.
For twenty years, neuroscientist and New York Times bestselling author Robert Cooper has worked closely with global leaders, exceptional teams, and elite performers in a range of fields and industries. Through engaging people with their passion and purpose he’s discovered a new way to help anyone set and then effectively achieve their top goals and outcomes.
Join our webinar to hear Dr. Cooper as he shares practical strategies and research-backed findings on how to:
• Clarify and effectively set key goals.
• Activate an automatic unconscious goal achievement drive, ensuring you make progress even on your busiest days.
• Stay on track with “goal power-breaks” that re-engage the mind.
• Adapt effectively to challenges and pressure without losing focus on priorities.
• Establish the simplest and most powerful pace for measurable goal progress.
About Robert Cooper, Ph.D.
Named “the ultimate business guru for the new millennium” by USA Today Robert Cooper is the founder and CEO of Cooper Strategic and Cooper Neuroscience Lab. A strategic advisor to some of the world’s top CEOs and leadership teams he is recognized for his pioneering work on the practical application of emotional intelligence.
His books, including Executive EQ: Emotional Intelligence in Leadership & Organizations, The Performance Edge, The Other 90%: How to Unlock Your Vast Untapped Potential for Leadership and Life and Get Out of Your Own Way have sold over 4 million copies. Ranked one of the “Most Influential International Thinkers” for his impact on people strategy, Cooper has been called “a national treasure” by Professor Emeritus Michael Ray, Ph.D., at Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He is a member of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Association for Psychological Sciences, Society for Psychophysiological Research, Society for the Study of Motivation, and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology.
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