You may have heard the term “mind mapping.” But have you ever wondered exactly what it means? Does it mean we are going to study the brain? No 😊 – I don’t think a 90-minute webinar could quite cover that complex organ!
However, we are going to unleash our brains in a creative process known as mind mapping.
In this online workshop (notice the fun format we’ll be using – it’s online AND it’s a workshop!), we are going to start with your idea – so we’ll ask you to submit your idea a few days ahead (you’ll receive a reminder email) so that you can be prepared.
Whether you are planning an event for your library, trying to develop a new service offering, a new program, or even a project you’ve been wanting to do in your personal life, this online workshop is just what you need to get a significant start on where to begin…and what to do to next and next and next!
As everyone shares their ideas in the online workshop, the rest of us will help each attendee work through their own mind map to come up with as many details as we can possibly imagine over the course of our 90 minutes together, some of which you may not even need. By using guiding questions, we’ll also be able to help bring out important details that might otherwise be overlooked.
Imagine the wealth of creativity contained within our “meeting room” in the minds of all the attendees – and you’ll have all of that at your disposal!
This is a unique – and fun – opportunity to not only take some time to really focus on that idea that has been percolating in your mind, but also be able to pick the brains of some highly imaginative people.
Don’t miss this special online workshop!
Linda Bruno has been developing and conducting training workshops for libraries for more than fifteen years. She offers workshops on topics ranging from Leadership Skills to Emotional Intelligence – and lots of areas in between! Linda received her MBA from the University of Florida and has years of experience in hands-on management positions. She develops her workshops based on solid research and – more importantly – real-life application.