TAKE YOUR WORK PERFORMANCE
TO THE NEXT LEVEL
THE BEST VERSION OF YOURSELF!
“The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are.”
Dr. Steven Cochran’s Corporate Peak Performance Project focused on optimizing executive work performance. For the study, 16 partners at a financial services firm completed neurofeedback brain training. In this published research, the majority of these partners reported:
- Improved focus
- Improved follow-through
- Reduced anxiety/less “busy brain”
- Improved sleep
- Improved overall productivity
If you are an executive or business professional, you are well aware of the stress you are often under. You have to frequently perform on the spot without any rehearsal. These high levels of daily pressure can wear on your nervous system. Over time, that can result in thoughts, emotions and behaviors that take a toll on your performance.
Cochran’s research highlights how neurofeedback training can help build the ability to manage stress, tune out distraction and be “in the zone” – something referred to as the state of “flow”. This results in more ability to focus your energy on the task at hand, leading to increased productivity, better communication, and enhanced life satisfaction.
Other studies have shown how neurofeedback training builds more efficient brain neural circuits resulting in:
- Sharpened mental focus and clarity
- Increased mental stamina
- Less second-guessing/over-thinking
- Building of emotion regulation skills (emotional intelligence)
- Better ability to manage daily high-pressure situations
- Increased patience
- More effective communication
- Maintaining competitive edge
- Greater resilience to roll with the punches
- Better multi-tasking
- Replenished creativity
- Increased energy
Neurofeedback has become a sought-after approach for optimizing performance by executives and managers. It is also in high demand for physicians, surgeons, pilots, airport control tower personnel, military personnel, musicians and elite athletes.
How could neurofeedback brain training help move you AND your team to the next level?
Cochran, S. (2011). Corporate Peak Performance Project Biofeedback, Volume 39, Issue 3, pp. 123-126. DOI: