How To Mind Map Workshop
How can you capture this flood of creativity before your daily routine wipes it from your mind? You need to learn how to mind map!
The Best Way to Capture Creativity is Using Mind Maps
In my many years of consulting and coaching, I’ve found that mind maps are amazing tools that work superbly for individuals, businesses, non-profits and education and government agencies.
I have shown these groups how to use mind maps for:
- Project planning
- Unlocking creativity
- Capturing meeting ideas, notes and action plans and much more
But how do YOU get started? And, if you are already using mind maps, how can YOU use them more effectively?
Here is what you will learn in my “How To Mind Map Workshop.”
How To Mind Map ANY Idea
You will learn how to capture new ideas quickly – including the cascade of related ideas. Then I will show you how to organize your ideas.
How To Mind Map Group Brainstorming Sessions
Mind maps work great for group brainstorming sessions. You just have one person adding new branches to the mind map while the group is calling out ideas. You can also create action plans from the mind map.
How To Mind Map To Make Better Decisions
Mind maps also let you compare different choices to help you make better decisions. You an use decision trees or a decision matrix to quickly determine the best approach
How To Share Your Mind Map
I will show you how to share your mind map online via special mind map sharing sites as well as embedding the mind map in your own web site.
Cross-Platform Mind Map Training
The concepts I teach will work for any mind map software and for any operating system including Windows, Mac O/S, iO/S, Android and Linux.
I look forward to helping you learn how to use mind maps to help you and your organization succeed.
To book this session for your group, either in person or via webinar, contact us using one of the methods below:
- Within North America – call toll free 1-866-413-0951
- Internationally – call 1-778-441-4145(Canada)
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Comments or questions are welcome.