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“WHOLE BRAIN THINKING”: LEVERAGING THE DIVERSITY OF THINKING STYLES TO MAXIMIZE INNOVATION AND PRODUCTIVITY

Boston Facilitators Roundtable

Friday, February 2, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM (EST)

“WHOLE BRAIN THINKING”: LEVERAGING THE DIVERSITY OF...

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Our diverse genetics and life experiences make the structure of our brains and thinking different from each other, just like fingerprints.  How can we consistently use our “mental diversity” for creative and productive purposes?  The Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument, HBDI, is a useful tool that helps people identify their preferred thinking style and value others’ styles. 

 

In this program, people will discover the profound influence that their “personal thinking preferences” have on their communications, relationships, leadership, creativity, strategies and results.  Participants will discover crucial differences and similarities in “preferences” between themselves and others that often stare them in the face yet go unnoticed.  

Preparation in advance of the program
Manny has arranged for all of us to take the HBDI assessment for free!!  You’ll receive a link to complete the assessment (about 45 min.) in advance of the program, to maximize your learning. 

 
Take-aways

  1. Teawork and Collaboration. Realize the importance of “valuing differences” and and how crucial it is to personal adaptability and creativity. Learn how to integrate mentally diverse teams in order to improve collaboration, strategy development and problem solving.
  2. Communications. Learn how to adapt language, listening and emotions to people who think differently in different situations.
  3. Relationships. Discover thinking and behaviors of yours and others that can innocently cause conflict and breakdowns in cooperation, and what to do about it.

Presenter Bio  

Manny has been President and founder of Mindtech, Inc. for 25 years, specializing in teaching and consulting in the field of executive education and development. He teaches leaders new ways to get insights and courage to make decisions that simultaneously support the organization's goals and personal values. His objectives are to find ways to balance productivity, creativity and work satisfaction to get great results that are sustainable.

As a senior manager, he directed manufacturing and product development organizations during his 30-year career at Polaroid. He led experiments that discovered ways of accelerating the development of leadership, relationships and productive work environments. He founded Mindtech in 1988 to continue this work.

More than 60,000 people have participated in his programs.A 3-minute video of Manny is available at www.vimeo.com/45378483.

Manny has a BA from Columbia University and an MS from the Columbia Business School. He’s been on the adjunct faculty of the Columbia Business School Senior Executive Program since 1990 and taught at the American College of Physician Executives (ACPE) for over 20 years. 

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Non-Profit Center
89 South St.
1st Floor Community Room
Boston, MA

Friday, February 2, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM (EST)


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