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“Brain’s People side in Post-M&A Transactions – why it matters?"
Thursday November 18, 2021
6:30pm - 7:30pm Europe/Paris GMT+01:00

- 18.30 - 19.30 CET (Paris)

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Topic: “Brain’s People side in Post-M&A Transactions – why it matters?"

Speaker: Alan Caugant, President, SUPERHUMɅIN™

2020 was a year high on mergers and acquisitions. A study published by Deloitte shows that more than half of 1000 US dealmakers (61%) expect M&A activity to return to pre–COVID-19 levels within the next 12 months. 83% of them will fail (Forbes). Why? Most executives underestimate the impact on the human side, and therefore they will not assess the organizational change and prepare a strategic plan to cover the people risk. 

We could argue that c-executives are oblivious to the forces behind their employee's behavior. However, they are not, as 95% of executives (McKinsey & Company, April 2019) describe the people integration to be critical to the success of integrating merged or acquired organizations - yet a full 25% of these leaders cite a lack of cultural cohesion and alignment as the primary reason for failure.

Most of us are naturally hardwired to respond negatively to change. Of course, there are employees who will be positive and welcome change, seeing the potential opportunities it brings. But it often only takes one employee worried about worst-case scenarios for anxiety to spread. If not carefully managed, this can lead to demoralisation and retention issues.

To avoid entering the ranks of the 83% who fail their M&A, leaders need to change the way they manage change in Post-Merger Integration and neuroscience can help them do this.

During this webinar, you will learn more about:

- The structure of the brain and some key principles that govern how it works; 
- Why don’t our brains like organizational change?
- Implementing proven techniques for performing at our best during change
- Energising individual's brain to synergizing collaboration in pursuit of a shared purpose
- And much more...

Q&A – round table

Speaker's bio:
Executive leader and expert in commercial strategy for more than 15 years, Alan Caugant has led major international projects in the automotive sector around the world, notably within companies such as Nissan and Volvo.

In 2019, a burn out put a brake on his career. Determined to make this parenthesis an opportunity, Alan then trained in neuroscience and conceived a new form of leadership focused on benevolence.

In 2020, he created his company “SUPERHUMɅIN™” to promote a humanist and innovative managerial approach in companies: “new eyes to redesign work.

In 2021, he has recently launched The SUPERHUMɅIN™ Neuroleadership Institute, ready to help you, your team and your organization thrive in the new economy 
by providing robust neuroscientific research, cutting-edge intellectual property, and leadership expertise into SUPERHUMɅIN™ solutions and learning programs to support you on your journey to greatness.

• Executive coaching
• Neuroleadership development
• Human Resources Consulting
• Change Management

• Executive certification in Management and Neuroleadership - MIT Sloan School of Management

Executive Coaching:
• Master Coach Certified ICF – RNCP Level 7
• Neuroleadership Executive Coaching Certification. 
• Right Brain Coaching Certification

At SUPERHUMɅIN™, we develop leaders and organizations who shape our future with full capability-building and integration of the latest neuroleadership competencies.
Our personalized approach will supercharge you and your organization with the awareness, resilience and versatility to deliver much greater impact and successfully lead change by mastering the latest neuroscience of learning, motivation, and change. 

Keep in mind we all have the superpower to perform better, feel great, and add more value to the world. The time has come for you to start Today and be fully equipped to bring the best in others and yourself for the challenges of Tomorrow!

𝐀𝐛𝐨𝐮𝐭 𝐒𝐔𝐏𝐄𝐑𝐇𝐔𝐌Ʌ𝐈𝐍™ 𝐈𝐧𝐬𝐭𝐢𝐭𝐮𝐭𝐞: 
Leadership isn’t what it used to be. Increasingly, leaders are accountable for the economic and social welfare of the entire enterprise while simultaneously running a business unit. They are charged with marrying capital with purpose. They must innovate and adapt quickly by increasing employee engagement across the organization.

It’s as hard as it sounds—so, the SUPERHUMɅIN™ Institute is here to help you and your organization activate, through a brain-based approach, the levers to successfully transform and drive extraordinary growth.

The SUPERHUMɅIN™ Institute is a multidisciplinary global team of neuroscience researchers, scientists, and leadership professors who work collaboratively and ready to provide, innovative and privileged high quality neuroleadership programs and solutions.

Our new Executive Neuroleadership program - ɅCTIVɅTIO₂N has been designed to enable participants to deeply transform themselves and achieve new levels of performance with the brain in mind.


Alan Caugant
Alan Caugant, President, SUPERHUMɅIN™
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