leadingbrains – in focus

So we’re in the middle of a Pandemic and 20% of the global population has been locked down. Here in Switzerland we are in partial lockdown also.

This is therefore a critical time for our expertise of the brain and behaviour. This could be in decision-making, heroic leadership, innvoation, or knowing how the brain responds to crises situations and how to get the best out of people’e brains under great stress.

Read our blog for daily behavioural insights and tips.

We are offering critical webinars at heavily discounted prices and will donate 20% of all inccome during the pandemic to the International Red Cross/Crescent


We are offering webinars on the brain and productivity with a focus on virtual working and home office contexts.


There is nothing like crises for leaders to step up and respond rapidly, effectively, and humanely.  This is when leaders show their colours or fade away.


Stress, uncertainty, and pending doom, do strange but predictable things to the brain. Also other people step up to the plate. Learn what happens in people’s brains and how you can guide this.

Webinars for critical times

Simple Stuff for Increased (virtual) Productivity


Friday 31st March 2020
12:00-13:30 CET

How the brain focuses, gets distracted, and can be productive or not!

Particularly in virtual contexts, with work from home.

$170  Pandemic price $27

with 20% donated to ICRC

How to be an Everyday Heroic Leader (in times of crises)


Monday 6th April
19:00-21:00 CET

Heroes have eight critical personality traits – do you have them and can you use your strengths to be an everday hero? We explore the science behind heroes and how you can step up and be more heroic.

Particularly apt in times of great stress and upheaval.

$170 Pandemic price: $27

with 20% donated to ICRC

The Brain and Effective Crises Management

Free Webinar

Thursday 2nd April
15:00-16:00 CET

A biref introduction to how the brain responds to crises and what you can do for your own brain and leaders can do for their employees’ brains.

To get the best out of any crises.

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