Srini Pillay, M.D., is a the founder and CEO of NeuroBusiness Group (NBG) (www.neurobusinessgroup.com), voted Top 20 Mover and Shaker in Leadership Development in The World in 2013 by Training Industry. NBG is an cutting-edge and innovative company dedicated to enhancing human possibility and potential, as well as teaching people how to lead happier and more productive lives based on the most recent research from psychology and brain science.
Dr. Pillay has taught his proprietary methods with very high acclaim to his following of individuals seeking to improve their lives from all over the world, schools and teachers as well as executives from many companies, including but not limited to some of the world's best consulting companies, The World Bank, The MITRE Corporation, Novartis, Arab Banks of North America, CEO Clubs of Greece and Boston Fortune 500 Food and Beverage Companies, and Microchip. He has worked with coaches in a teaching or collaborative capacity from The Forum Corporation, Mobius Executive Leadership, and Triad Consulting. In addition, he has been invited to present his work in Boston, New York, Los Angeles, London, Switzerland, Greece, and Singapore, and his most recent presentations have been to executives from Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. He also works with individuals, Dr. Pillay also writes for The Huffington Post and Harvard Business Review.
He is extensively sought out as a speaker and by the media. Select media appearances related to his business experience include Cosmopolitan, Martha Stewart Whole Living, The Financial Times in Greece, New York Times, Epoca Magazine in Brazil, Forbes Magazine, The Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Investors Business Daily, Atlanta Journal Constitution, and the Sarasota Herald Tribune. Aside from his work on applying brain science to improving business performance, Dr. Pillay is also regarded as an international expert in burnout, stress, and anxiety, having been the Director of the Outpatient Anxiety Disorders Program at Mclean Hospital, consistently ranked the top freestanding psychiatric hospital in the United States for the past 20 years. Dr. Pillay lives in Newton, MA, and works out of Cambridge, MA.