The Neuroscience and Business
Virtual Breakfast Club 


The Breakfast Club looks at creating an inclusive culture. For our book, Brain-savvy Wo+man we carried out research seeking to understand what makes the biggest difference in moving the dial on an inclusive and diverse workforce. We found the success factors go beyond having inclusive leaders. We also found what subtle issues undo your good work.

In this Breakfast Club meeting we will share the model we created on an Inclusive culture. The model enables you to focus on what makes the most difference as well as tweak your own D&I efforts.

Join us face to face in London on the 7th November or virtually via webinar on the9th November. You can register for the webinar using the link above. If you would like to join the face to face Breakfast Club meeting please contact

dots The Brain-savvy Business Breakfast Club grew out of clients asking us how various business issues could be better managed by following the insights from neuroscience. We run a face to face club in London and many clients outside London asked if there was a way for them to take part. The Virtual Breakfast Club creates a webinar each month which you can join and participant in. We typically give some brief insight into the neuroscience findings and then members discuss and debate the implications and application to their business. The club has gone from strength to strength with more than 200 people registering for most topics.

The webinar recordings are available each month on our Brain-savvy Business Community along with articles, tools and other resources exclusive to community members as well as access to all previous webinar recordings and many videos. You can join for as little as £9.95 per month or £95 per year (plus VAT)

If you would like to join the Virtual Breakfast Club, please just register for one of the event and we will add you to the invitation list. If you are interested in joining the face to face breakfast club and join senior colleagues discussing the topics, please contact