Last year mesh.works collaborated with Phil Dobson from Brainworkshops on improving aviation safety by developing the resilience of pilots and crew. Lufthansa’s annual Human Factors conference was truly an awesome experience and they were the most wonderful hosts. They sent us some impressions from the workshop we did with 150 participants and we want to share them with you.
Our workshop was called “Your Resilience / Your Response – Making Better Choices and Choosing Better Responses”.
It was a practical, fun, and interactive 3-hour workshop, where the participants learned how to develop their resilience through combining insights from neuroscience and behavioural psychology in dialogue with their peers.
How did we do it?
We began with revisiting how stress affects the brain, body and nervous systems. We then dug deeper into how to make better choices and maintain your performance under pressure by explaining the link between your physiology, your emotions and mental states.
Here are some of the impression of the day followed by the powerpoint we used in the workshop. If you would like any information or any of the tools we used, then do send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and / or email@example.com.
And by the way, do not forget to check out Phil’s new book on productivity and the brain.
Thanks to all and here is the deck we used for the workshop.
Also published on Medium.