SCAET building at Sheridan's Trafalgar Road Campus

Minding the Mind: Neuroplasticity, Productivity & Flow

Date: Mar. 30, 2022

Time: 12:00 p.m.1:00 p.m.

Location: Online

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Our brains are magnificent structures – a complex collection of neural networks that house our thoughts, guide our interactions, and allow us to engage and thrive in our work. However, our capacity for quality thinking in our day-to-day lives is – in reality – quite limited…and we often misallocate our attention. In an increasingly complex and uncertain world, where there are more demands on our attention than ever, we actually need to re-wire our brains and our habits in order to rise to the challenge.

Through a deeper understanding of how our brains operate, this session will help you identify ways in which you can harness neuroplasticity (the purposeful changing of the mind) to enhance your own productive output as well as optimize your engagement levels.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Recognize the value of neuroplasticity as it pertains to key brain structures and outputs
  2. Unlock strategies for enhanced productivity by being more ‘attentionally strategic’
  3. Identify ways for maximizing engagement and maintaining flow

Date: March 30, 2022
Time: 12–1 p.m.
Location: Online
Register now for Minding the Mind


Aidan Millar

Learning and Organizational Development Specialist
Centre for People and Organizational Development, Sheridan College

Aidan MillarAidan has been with the Centre for People and Organizational Development (CPOD) at Sheridan since March of 2017. In her current role as Learning and Organizational Development Specialist, Aidan aids in the design, implementation and facilitated delivery of various learning and development programs for frontline employees and leaders at Sheridan, while also assisting in various corporate and team-level change initiatives across the organization.

Before coming to Sheridan, she worked for Psychometrics Canada (Edmonton, AB) as a Talent Development and Performance Consultant where she specialized in using a variety of psychometric assessments toward the understanding and enhancement of human potential in the workplace. Her experience included the development and delivery of large-scale training initiatives for dozens of organizations across Canada, focusing on the areas of leadership development for executives and management, conflict resolution, team building, communication, change implementation, strategic planning and more.

Aidan holds a BA Honours in Psychology from Brock University, and an M.Sc. in Work and Organizational Psychology from Maastricht University in the Netherlands.

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