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15/11/2018 - 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm

The Institute invites esteemed international neuroscientist and impactful leader Dr Hannah Critchlow to the stage for a series of events all things brainy.

Join us as we unravel the thinking behind our decision-making and behaviour to help us get the most out of leadership. For further information click here.


The Leadership Impact event in Canberra will be a formal gala-style dinner with keynote speaker Dr Hannah Critchlow.

Join us at the National Museum of Australia for an evening with Dr Hannah Critchlow as she explores the neuroscience of leadership. Enjoy refreshing beverages and delicious canapés upon arrival whilst you network prior to the formal sit-down two-course dinner.  Following Dr. Critchlow’s presentation, she will be joined on stage by IML’s Chief Executive, David Pich, for an armchair style interview. 


Registrations to commence at 7PM


Early Bird Member $195 | Early Bird Member Table of 10 $1,755


Early Bird Non-Member $245 | Early Bird Non-Member Table of 10 $2,205

*Book early and SAVE $50 per ticket!




Presenter of BBC’s Tomorrow’s World Live and one of Cambridge University’s “MOST INSPIRATIONAL AND SUCCESSFUL WOMEN IN SCIENCE”






Hannah’s first book Consciousness: A LadyBird Expert, was published this winter. She has been part of the 2018 Welcome Trust Science Book Judging Panel, and in 2007 she co-presented the BBC Tomorrow’s World Live interactive series. 

In 2004 Hannah was named as a Top 100 UK scientist by the Science Council for her work in science communication. During her PhD she was awarded a Cambridge University Fellowship and as an undergraduate received three University Prizes as Best Biologist. 


“A large amount of your decision-making taps into your reward system in your brain. Although there is scope to change certain behaviours, you have to make a real conscious effort in order to break habits and change how you reward system affects motivation”



Venue Website:

Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 2601, Australia