About the class
Throughout the last two years of Covid, businesses, governments, and individuals have had to rapidly change their behaviour, for the health and wealth of economies and individuals. Some initiatives have been more successful than others. This class will focus on the psychological and neuroscientific principles of behaviour change – in the context of Covid and more broadly – how can we adjust and adapt our own behaviour to actions, habits, and practices that are better for our own performance, mood, and wellbeing?
Professor Max Neal
Max is a Professor of Practice in Psychology and Management at Hult International Business School and Hult-Ashridge Executive Education.
Max teaches Introduction to Psychology and Neuroscience, Exploring Self and Society, Sports Management, Business Decision Making, and Management Psychology at undergraduate level.
He delivers on several open executive education programmes, as well as considerable experience delivering customised executive education to a broad range of senior leaders at multinational corporations.
His specialist area is the use of Heart Rate Variance (HRV) to measure and analyse burnout, recovery and stress in elite athletes, military personnel and senior leaders. By analysing HRV data, Max builds a personalised picture of your physiology to take a data-based approach to improving resilience, performance and wellbeing.