We work with a wide range of organisations who are keen to achieve a result. What makes a great partnership is an interest in applied neuroscience (not necessarily any detailed knowledge of the field), clarity in the desired outcome (we can help distil this) and a drive to improve things.

Our senior team introductory session with Amy provoked a high level of interest and engagement. Since working in this role, I haven’t seen the group latch on to something so quickly in such a strong way.

Steven Napier, International HR Director, Twinings Ovaltine

Thanks – yesterday was a great start. I simply loved it, it was wonderful to see your passion and expertise in action. I had a chat with my colleagues on our way back to the office. We all thought it was extremely valuable and your storytelling combined to exemplifying was simply great!

Anne Lind – MD Financial Services, Management Consulting Lead Nordic, Talent and Organisation Lead Nordic, Accenture, Finland

For me, I really enjoyed the whole day and especially the morning. I value your grounding in research and the strong connections to that. You are very knowledgeable and able to answer anything that is thrown at you.

Jane Sendall, Warner Bros, VP, Learning and OD, EMEA and Asia Pacific

The work Synaptic Potential have been doing with UNNC has been a great catalyst for change where we have seen real outcomes. We have an engaged team of coaches trained in neuroscience who have a great awareness of how to get the best from people.

Ben Whitter, Director of Organisational Development, University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

Amy Brann provided a session on ‘Risk’ for around 60 senior leaders within our university. Her subject knowledge, delivered with energy and enthusiasm, engaged the audience from the outset and she managed to reset the rganization’s attitude to risk, which had previously been rather risk averse, to align far better with the goals of the new Strategic Plan. The session was fun and informative and also offered a valuable opportunity for staff to get to know each other.

Professor Cara Aitchison, Vice-Chancellor, Cardiff Metropolitan University

The feedback from the participants was completely positive. Your method of delivery matched the high expectations I had, you were able to engage people, to energize them and to inspire people with being able to present simple solutions to big problems we have. I felt you were completely flexible to adapt to request even when they were done on the spot, really awesome, you were an incredible “asset” in the meeting.

Miguel Cabral, IFMSA Regional Coordinator for Europe

The neuroscience training was insightful and really appealed to me to know how andwhy we do things the things we do. I found it applies so often to the every day work that I do; whether that’s in training, coaching or development chats, it’s something that has resonated and adds gravitas to those conversations.

Claire Kearney, Commercial Training Manager, News UK

I would like to extend my thanks and appreciation for the tremendous contribution you made to the 10th Anniversary of our Summer School event, in your role as speaker. Your energy and expertise have enriched our delegates, who have already given us heart-felt and enthusiastic feedback. Thank you again for your invaluable support in making the delegates’ learning experience an unforgettable one.

Jo Carruthers, Director of Academi Wales

A BIG thank you to you! You were in great form and you deserve huge credit for your presentation. I loved it! Virtually every delegate rated you either Very Good or Excellent. That’s quite rare. Congratulations! Thank you very much for spending time with the delegates throughout the day; that’s also rare, and greatly appreciated. I’ll have no hesitation in recommending you to our clients for future speaking opportunities.

Bob Mackenzie, Director, Benchmark for Business

Thanks so much for your session, the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Once again, it was a privilege to hear you talk about neuroscience in a way that is accessible and relevant for an HR audience.  Of particular interest was the neuroscience behind how we can prepare our brains for optimal performance, and the discussion on what will be the preserve of humans in an AI world.

Gillian Morris, Head of Talent Management, Jaguar Land Rover

The neuroscience training was insightful and really appealed to me to know how and why we do things the things we do. I found it applies so often to the every day work that I do; whether that’s in training, coaching or development chats, it’s something that has resonated and adds gravitas to those conversations.

Claire Kearney, Commercial Training Manager, News UK