Event

Mind Mapping - Advanced Information Management

August 26, 2017 8:00 AM

1-Day exclusive workshop for Sonoma Executive MBA Students & Alumni
w/ special offer for incoming 2017 students.

 

"Mind Mappers are the road ahead and are leading the way into the next stage of our new information democracy." ~ Bill Gates, Business magnate and Philanthropist

Date & Time:
Saturday, August 26, 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Location:
Chalk Hill Room, Sonoma State University

Price:
(Includes materials, tea/coffee, and lunch)

Free for incoming students in the 2017 Sonoma Executive MBA program
(Application must be accepted and deposit paid; Deadline to apply is July 14)

$75 before July 31 for current EMBA students and alumni
($95 after July 31)

Capacity: 25
(Please email Soo.Haylett@sonoma.edu to be placed on waiting list)

 

A workshop tailored to professionals and students in business.

Learn techniques and applications of mind-mapping
that can be applied to all aspects of business organization and studying.

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What is Mind Mapping?:
Mind Mapping is the finest technique for whole-brain information processing used by business executives worldwide and draws on the latest findings from neuroscience and cognitive research. The workshop is highly practical, fully interactive, fun and creative. 

Why Mind Mapping?:
The value and benefits of the workshop to you and your company. One of the greatest challenges that business students and professionals face is information overload. Mind Mapping will give you the edge to learn and synthesize information quickly and effectively leading to higher grades and business excellence.
 
The How of Mind Mapping:
The techniques and applications you will master during the workshop.
Practicing the techniques and principles for advanced information management and study.
Neuroscience research on how it improves attention, memory, and creativity.
Capturing and gleaning key information from articles and reports.
Benefit to planning and executing project plans, events and presentations
Application in taking notes during class, meetings, and presentations.
Improved facility in preparing reports and resume updating.
Creative problem-solving: Brainstorming, innovation and business plans.

 

brian_weller.pngThis workshop is run by Brian J. Weller, consultant and trainer for Fortune 100 companies and an expert in cognitive science and business development. He is co-creator of Mind Mapping.

Contact SBE
Contact SSU
Sonoma State University School of Business and Economics. Reach.
1801 East Cotati Avenue, Rohnert Park, CA, 94928 • 707-664-2377 34605