About Tom Flatau

Tom Flatau


Applying neuroscience to your business for greater success! Tom Flatau has been helping businesses achieve corporate goals for over 20 years, by developing passion, performance and productivity in teams and individuals. His work is based on current understanding of human instincts and behaviour, derived from up to the minute research in the fields of neuroscience and psychology. He has provided innovative solutions to clients such as HSBC, Unilever, Qatar Airways, Bahrain Islamic Bank, Louis Vuitton, American Express, Siemens and the BBC. Tom is an accredited speaker for Vistage and is regularly invited to deliver his internationally acclaimed seminars and programmes across the globe. These specialist topics, include Neuroleadership, Neuroscience of Coaching, Neurosales, Negotiation and Neuroscience of Employee Engagement. If you are interested in Tom speaking exclusively to your audience then please contact us for more information.


Posts by Tom Flatau

Do what I say, not what I do! The neuroscience of hypocrisy

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Have you ever wondered why a sad film makes you cry? Or why a tense drama has you on the edge of your seat?   The reason is: mirror neurons! […]

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The praise to criticism ratio: get it right!

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Are YOU guilty of dishing out more criticism than praise? Everyday my phone reminds me to pay someone a compliment. I started this habit after much research into how people respond […]

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How to apply neuroscience to boost your sales – 3 top tips

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Neuroscience reveals the real decision maker The latest neuroscience research shows that it is our “emotional” brain that is the real decision-maker – we make decisions emotionally, then justify them rationally. […]

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Deadly sales sin No.1 – lessons from neuroscience

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Why pitching doesn’t work! The human brain is designed to solve problems. For example, if we can solve the problem of how to find food during a harsh winter, this […]

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