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The Neuroscience of Effective Communications in Times of Change
The Neuroscience of Effective Communications in Times of Change

Wed, Jan 31


Improving IT

The Neuroscience of Effective Communications in Times of Change

Have you ever wondered why we need to repeat our messages over and over before they eventually stick? An understanding of neuroscience and how our brains process new information helps us answer this question.

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Time & Location

Jan 31, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST

Improving IT, 175 Easton Oval, Columbus, OH 43219, USA

About the event


Join us on January 31 as we explore ways that neuroscience can help us increase the impact of our communications. Especially with today’s reality of constant change and constant distractions, we need our messages to capture people’s attention quickly.

Our speaker, Sue Dolloff, is a Change Manager who frequently speaks about the synergies between neuroscience and effective communications. She will guide us through a deep dive into neuroscience and how the brain learns and remembers the material presented to us in times of change. She will share practical tips that we can use to help people who are fearful or resistant to change. We will learn to target specific areas of the brain to increase the likelihood of message retention.

Note: Dinner and beverages will be provided, and there will be a drawing for a $50 gift card among all attendees. 


  • 6:00pm Dinner/Networking
  • 6:30pm Welcome, Presentation
  • 7:45pm Door prize drawing
  • 8:00pm closing

Bio: Sue Dolloff, PMP, CCMP

Sue is both a PMP and a CCMP (Certified Change Management Professional.) She is a graduate of The Ohio State University and received a Masters Certificate in Strategic Change Leadership from Michigan State University.

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