Srini Pillay

If your goal is to inspire a senior leadership team or electrify a global audience – it’s hard to find a better guest speaker than Dr. Srini Pillay.

Where science, spirit and a little panache meet…

There’s no one else with these kinds of credentials who can make complex neuroscience so engaging, entertaining, easy to understand and to apply.

Fortune 500 organizations using Net Promoter Scores consistently rank Dr. Pillay at 87, 90 and 97 … out of a -100 to 100 possible score!

“Dr. Pillay’s presentation was quite impactful and filled with rich nuggets of insights. There was so much in there that was important for our company to hear, and was presented in a way that powerfully balanced scientific knowledge and accessibility of the solution. Dr. Pillay was easy to work with, responsive to our input, and made the whole process, including the presentation itself, quite enjoyable.”


Science of Possibility.

“Just Do It,” simply won’t work post pandemic with stress levels at epidemic proportions.

Today, delivering an organizational goal requires new methods with proven psychological heft and departure from the status quo. Stress and mental roadblocks undermine initiatives because they’re typically fiercer and more persistent than tangible ones. Leaders and teams can have vastly different beliefs about what’s possible to achieve.

How then, do leaders inspire teams to …

Exceed sales quotas?

Create a “never been done before,” product

Implement a strategic initiative

in spite of elevated stress, varying beliefs and mental roadblocks?

Building leadership resilience.

“Grin and bear it,” isn’t an effective or sustainable resilience building strategy. Yet leaders face new challenges, sometimes with outmoded tools.

This Building Resilience program turns the topic upside down.

It changes the conversation.

To transform daunting challenges and build resilience that sticks, understanding the foundational complexities of the brain is a must. Otherwise it’s a contest between evolutionary factors that thwart every attempt at building resilience.

“Bad is stronger than good,” is one such factor. This famous piece of research, tells us, that our evolutionary hardwiring is to focus more attention on bad things which are easily retrievable in our memory.

But when we’re wired to focus on bad things, is building resilience even possible? Yes, it is

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Each program is fully customizable to address specific needs. The process is collaborative and holistic to ensure a transformative engagement that nets real world results.

Invite Srini to speak at your in-person or virtual event.