Social Psychology

From learning about personalities and behaviours at home and at work, to understanding cognitive behaviour and busy brain syndrome theory, these social psychology workshops will enlighten you. Gain new understanding of how your brain works and learn tips and tricks to keep you safe and well always.

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Work, Family, Whanau

Ideal For: Crews (12 – 50 people)

Cost: $500 + GST per person (Discounted 50%)

Duration: ½ day

Course Overview:

Pio’s appearances as a comedian, actor, radio show host, musician and performer have established him as one of New Zealand’s most popular television and radio entertainers. He has been involved in the development Toolbox's Building Awesome Whanau programme and delivers The Parenting Show with Pio around the country. He has presented across the country for FICA, adapting presentations to include the similarities of work and home space and personalities, along with how both impact on each other. Pio has some great tips, tools and advice with his unique mix of light-hearted and deep and meaningful delivery.

What your people will get:

  • Recognise the similarities of work and home space and personalities

  • Take home some useful tips, tools and advice 

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Busy Brain Syndrome

Ideal For: Crews / Workers (12 – 50 people)

Cost: $500 + GST per person (Discounted 50%)

Duration: ½ day

Presenter: Dr Lucia Kelleher, Busy Brain Syndrome

Course Overview:

Dr Lucia Kelleher, a behavioural neuroscientist, discovered Busy Brain Syndrome (BBS) from her Ph.D. studies. BBS manifests as attention overload due to too much environmental stimulus, causing brain fatigue, which in turn halves the brain's processing attentional bandwidth. A sought-after speaker, Lucia has decades of experience helping businesses develop people in safety critical roles to take personal responsibility for being safe people consistently.

What your people will get:

Learn about:

  • Busy Brain Syndrome the root cause of ‘stress’ and overwhelm

  • The ‘unconscious’ brain holds the power over your habits

  • Behaviour change – visibility of progress is critical

  • How to control distraction, BE an aware person

  • Neuroscience of ‘brain energy’ – conservation is hard wired

  • Busy Brain Syndrome and mobile phone addiction

  • What is social media doing to our brains

  • BB, social defaults and customer/consumer behaviour

  • Aware Leaders – people do what you do, not what you say

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