Human (Dis)connection: Exploring the Brain Science of Division

Eric M. Bailey
Hilton Frontenac

Ambassador Room

1335 S. Lindbergh Blvd.

St. Louis, MO 63131

Presentation: 3:00 - 4:30 p.m.

Cocktail reception: 4:30 - 6:00 p.m.

There are two things that get in the way of our success when dealing with people: our mouths and our brains. If not for those two things, we could achieve remarkable harmony and success in our interactions. In this keynote, Eric Bailey will engage us in a session where we will learn to recognize the natural human behaviors that cause frustration, division, and interpersonal tension, including the phenomenon of Diversity Fatigue. In a refreshingly relatable way, we will explore the brain science of human relationships, gaining insights into how our minds shape our interactions. Participants will walk away with practical ideas to implement at work and at home, fostering understanding and connection.

RSVP by April 16 to Hannah Sayers at [email protected].

Eric M. Bailey is the bestselling author of The Cure for Stupidity: Using Brain Science to Explain Irrational Behavior and President of Bailey Strategic Innovation Group, one of the fastest-growing human communication consulting firms in the United States. Eric is the creator of the Principles of Human Understanding™, a leadership and communication methodology based in brain science and psychology. Eric’s unique style blends fact and emotion and finds ways to appeal to the analytical thinkers, the emotional feelers, and everyone in between. Eric has a unique ability to communicate seemingly complex concepts in practical, easy-to-comprehend ways, aiding in self-awareness and knowledge retention.