The neuroscience of leading
yourself and others to success

Harness your power

At NeuroCapability we specialise in training individuals, teams and organisations to utilise the breakthroughs in cognitive science to reshape how they work, live and positively interact with others. The key focus in all our programs is the development of authentic, and transformational leaders who have highly effective soft skill capabilities that are in high demand in today’s workplace. Neuroscience of leadership is a ‘driver’s handbook’ for the human brain. By understanding the key components, how they interact and why you do what you do, you too can ‘crack the code’ into what is driving behaviour, interactions, motivation, engagement, learning, decision-making and change, in your teams or organisation.

Are you ready to join us and become a transformational leader?

  • Are you looking for ways to understand and manage your emotions and the emotions of others?

  • Are you frustrated with change initiatives that don’t get the results you need?

The best leaders lead with the brain in mind

Understanding the third intelligence key to leadership

Stress/Anxiety Management - Gold Coast

NeuroCapability’s human-centred,
brain-based model of leadership

One of the important aspects of fostering effective teams is building a psychologically safe climate for each member to learn and grow through success and failure. Neuroscience of Leadership is a human-centred, brain-based approach to developing your workforce capability. It goes beyond traditional leadership models that predominantly focus on Emotional Intelligence and Social Intelligence alone. At NeuroCapability, we know our third Intelligence is what builds truly great leaders. We call this third intelligence – Attentional Intelligence.

Contact us to find out more about psychological safety

Upcoming Events

July 24, 2018


Are we approaching wellness at work from the wrong angle?

Herbert Smith Freehills, Level 31, 480 Queen Street, Brisbane Tuesday 24 July, 2018, 5.30pm-7.00pm Join Linda Ray, as she explores how to improve psychological safety in your team or organisation and how insights from neuroscience can be applied to create a safe and healthy workplace. Seventy-five percent of people find the most stressful part of their job is their immediate supervisor.  The biggest cause of chronic illness is stress and the biggest cause of stress is work. What does it take to develop mentally healthy workplaces?  The answer could lie in improving psychological safety climate and developing a better understanding of how the brain drives behaviour in the workplace.