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1 Formal CPD Hour
11:30 am AEST
1 Hour Online Presentation
Presented by Dr Sara Pazell
Does a family member (or colleague) like to work with noise in the background, yet it drives you a little bit crazy because you crave the solitude of silence?
Do you tap your knee under the table incessantly while you solve problems? Can you work well in isolation or do you thrive amongst the hustle and bustle associated with frequent interruptions and activity around you?
There is neurological science behind our tolerance to the sensory world and our resulting behaviours.
In this webinar, participants will learn about sensory processing and profile determination – an application of neuroscience and sensory integration to inform the design of work, jobs, team and organisational leadership strategy, and individual health behaviours. We speak about trait and state anxiety and how to have empathy for others in a neuro-diverse world! This webinar provides an ecological framework to better understand human performance.
At the end of this presentation attendees will be able to:
- Define sensory processing and sensory profiles to help inform design strategy
- Explain trait and state anxiety and methods that facilitate a relaxation response for good decision making and high performance
- Identify valid methods that can be used to determine individual sensory profiles that can help inform design strategy in areas that support job and work design, the environment (the urban and built environment), team development, and individual health behaviours