June 1, 2017: 1:00PM – 1:45PM EDT
Explore new research on self-control and its influence on goal attainment, that won Dr. Marina Milyavskaya this year’s award.
The NeuroLeadership Application of Science Award recognizes scientists who conduct innovative, thorough, and insightful research that contributes to bridging the gap between science and application.
Contrary to popular belief, self-control does not fuel goal attainment. Dr. Marina Milyavskaya’s research found that in fact, it can derail it. Instead, it is the ability to avoid situations in which self-control is needed to increase the likelihood of achieving your goals. Learn more about Marina’s discovery here.
Join us for this members-only webinar as we congratulate Marina, unpack her latest findings, and discuss how to effectively apply them in the workplace.
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Assistant Professor, Carleton University
Marina received her Ph.D. from McGill University and completed a postdoc at the University of Toronto before joining the faculty at Carleton University. She is fascinated by how people set and pursue goals in a multitude of domains throughout their daily lives. Her multi-method approach to studying self-regulation includes experimental, prospective, and experience-sampling studies, as well as a focus on idiosyncratic personal goals.
Dr Josh Davis
Director of Research, NeuroLeadership Institute
Josh Davis received his Ph.D. from Columbia University and is the author of the best-selling new book, Two Awesome Hours. Josh is the Director of Research and Lead Professor at the NeuroLeadership Institute, and is a member of the Barnard College Department of Psychology. His research deals with adaptive emotional state control and mind-body connections.