Dacher Keltner is among the many prominent speakers who will discuss how to apply the new science of the brain to education, medicine, business and your life.
- Venue: Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre, Sydney, Australia
- Date: November 18-19, 2010
Science is only just beginning to understand the extraordinary capacity of the brain to change and develop. Mind & Its Potential will explore the amazing revolution in our understanding of the brain and the benefits for all walks of life - both personal and professional.
In 2009 over 2,500+ delegates came on the Mind & Its Potential journey!
This is your opportunity to hear the world’s top scientists, psychologists and philosophers explain how to apply the new science of the brain in education, medicine, business and your life.
Hear Dacher Keltner speak on your potential to make a difference. Other speakers include Academy Award winner Goldie Hawn, international business guru Daniel Pink, the father of social neuroscience, Matt Lieberman and science of play and goodness researcher Stuart Brown.
Explore your potential to change, learn and flourish
Hear firsthand about the brain’s incredible power to rewire itself from Michael Merezenich, pioneering neuroscientist featured in best-seller The Brain That Changes Itself and science of learning and the brain expert, Judy Willis.
An amazing learning experience
Attend a full day workshop on Habits of Mind with world leader in education theory and practice, Arthur Costa, or explore what constitutes a purposeful life with acclaimed positive psychology lecturer, Tal Ben Shahar.
Be inspired by personal stories of courage and resilience
Hear from Mao’s Last Dancer Li Cunxin, and from Estelle Dragun, mother of Channel Ten newsreader Charmaine Dragun, who has faced deep personal tragedy.
Participation of Australia’s top mental health researchers
Professors Max Bennett, Ian Hickie and Gordon Parker explore the importance of cognitive and emotional health for ourselves and others.
If you are interested in volunteering for the conference please contact Helen Rolland, the Conference Volunteer Coordinator, here.