BNI Bamboo - bring a supplier or colleague day on the 29th of September 2016

We are organising a special day where by our members can bring a supplier or a colleague to our very dynamic chapter.

We have a very special and interesting guest speaker, Dr Jenny Brockis.  The topic of her presentation will be Why Neuroscience Is The Perfect Business Partner, which is relevant for any business person.  I am reading one of Jenny’s books at present and think the information she will present will be relevant for all of us in business.    


About Jenny
Dr Jenny Brockis, Medical Practitioner, healthy brain advocate and future mind planner has long been fascinated by the brain and human behaviour.

Her mission is to become the Jamie Oliver of brain fitness, making brain health as widely appreciated as nutrition. She believes that elevating brain and organisational health is the way forward to build personal and professional capability, achievement and happiness.

She works with individuals and organisations to boost mental performance through increased productivity and efficiency, collaboration and effective leadership. Her approach to overcoming some of the many challenges we face in life and work is based on practical neuroscience, enabling us to understand why we think or behave the way we do, and how to implement effective behavioural change.

An accredited Member of the Professional Speakers Australia, Jenny is an international speaker. She was awarded the Rostrum Arthur Garvey Trophy in 2010 as Speaker of the Year.

She has continued her own brain's education with further study into the Neuroscience of Leadership, and has written three books "Brain Fit! How Smarter Thinking Can Save Your Brain" and "Brain Smart : How to Regain Focus, Manage Distractions and Achieve More."  Her new book "Future brain: The 12 Keys to Create Your High-Performance Brain" (Wiley) is a best seller and is available online and at all good book stores.

Dr Jenny has written many featured articles for the media, for both business and health, is a regular contributor to a number of magazines in Australia and SE Asia and has featured on TV and radio.

Niek van Santen