Feeling “hormonal” is not usually seen as a positive thing, even though it is entirely natural. But Martie Haselton, the world’s leading researcher on sexuality, argues that there is great value to be had in better understanding the hidden intelligence of hormones. In this session, she will clearly explain the biological processes that profoundly influence our behavior and offer a radical new understanding of our bodies, minds, and relationships. Once we embrace hormonal cycles as adaptive solutions to genuine biological challenges, we can stop letting these changes bring us down and use this information to make better-informed choices. Plan to leave less fearful of hormonal shifts and armed with a new appreciation for how hormones can empower you to succeed.
Speaker: Martie Haselton, professor, UCLA and author, Hormonal: The Hidden Intelligence of Hormonal
Moderator: Marjorie Clifton, founder of Better@Work, and principal of Clifton Consulting
Emcee: Lisa Heritage McLin, VP, channel sales and channel chief, Rackspace & board member