March 29, 2018

10:00am – 11:00 US Central Time

Exclusive Webinar in Partnership with NeuroLeadership Institute

Dr. Christopher K. Bray

Dr. Christopher K. Bray

Author, Speaker, Senior Consultant and Researcher with the NeuroLeadership Institute

NeuroLeadership logo

In partnership with the NeuroLeadership Institute, we are excited to offer an exclusive webinar to our Menttium community on the Neuroscience of Better Feedback. As we continue to evolve our offerings and Business Education Webinar series to enhance your mentoring partnership experience, we are committed to bringing you innovative learning opportunities. This webinar will be offered in addition to our regular, monthly Business Education Webinar series. Don’t miss this session to give you a new outlook and skillset on creating a culture of feedback.


Please note: This session will NOT be recorded. You must attend this session live if you are interested. 


The quality of feedback that is shared internally may be one of the most powerful indicators of an organization’s ability to grow its talent, yet it is currently one of the most under-performing areas in terms of impact and frequency. For instance, two thirds of employees report that they do not get the feedback they need.  The NeuroLeadership Institute is challenging conventional wisdom to completely overhaul how organizations drive a culture of feedback, and we invite you to join the conversation as Dr. Chris Bray shares how developing the right mindset and skills among leaders to ask for feedback more effectively can accelerate both the quality and the frequency of feedback for continuous learning.

The NeuroLeadership Institute (NLI) is a leading global research and solutions organization. We have been the pioneer of bringing neuroscience to leadership since 1998. For 25 years, NLI has united the world’s foremost neuroscientists, leadership researchers, and organizational practitioners with the purpose of transforming how we think, develop, and perform.

This event has ended. To learn more about the NeuroLeadership Institute or additional session offerings, please visit: