Presenter: Jeff Nally
Hosted By: CTRA and SMA
When: September 26, 2019
9:00-10:30 AM – Presentation
10:45 – 12:00 PM – Round Table Discussion
Where: Conference Center at Aetna, 151 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, CT
CTRA of Northern CT and Western Mass. and SMA of Southern New England will sponsor a compelling and timely program on:
- Learning how to create coaching, feedback and performance-review conversations from a brain science perspective.
- Acknowledging and recognizing employees in triggering all the feel-good neurochemicals and in deepening engagement and retention.
This program will have two parts. First, Jeff Nally will deliver a discussion and lecture on neuroscience research, and coaching techniques specifically in the areas of performance management and techniques to engage employees about their work, their responsibilities and their aspirations.
Second, Mr. Nally would then lead a roundtable discussion with attendees on their workplace challenges, the prior discussion and the research that he has shared.
The Presenter and Program Leader
Jeff Nally is an executive coach, speaker, and author who brings together neuroscience research, coaching methodologies, and well-being strategies to help leaders achieve what they really want at work and in life. This combined focus creates better leaders, teams, and organizations and produces results with the brain in mind.
Jeff has 23 years of professional experience in HR, executive coaching, and leadership development. Jeff has been an executive leader in corporate and not-for-profit organizations. He has held HR leadership positions at Commonwealth Aluminum, Commonwealth Industries, CLARCOR Air Filtration Products, and Humana.
Jeff is a nationally-recognized speaker who applies neuroscience and coaching to help people interact with the brain in mind to create better leaders, teams and organizations. He is a frequent speaker at business, coaching, and human resource conferences across the US.
Jeff holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Georgetown College in Georgetown, Kentucky, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Georgia State University in Atlanta.