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Bottom-line: Hybrid Meetings And Events Deliver More Value - PowerPoints

Are you on the fence about hybrid meetings and events? Not sure they are right for your next conference? Or perhaps you’ve decided to take the plunge and are not sure what equipment is needed or where to begin.

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SPEAKER: John Medina

John Medina has the rare gift of making science fun and accessible to business leaders. He is an extraordinary speaker -- perhaps one of the most energetic and engaging speakers you will ever encounter. And he has a message that every leader needs to survive and thrive at work.

In a keynote presentation or dynamic workshop, Medina guides you through his 12 Brain Rules, things you should know about how the brain works. With fascinating stories and his characteristic sense of humor, he'll explain:

Right-Handed and Left-Handed People Do Not See the Same Bright Side of Things

ScienceDaily (Feb. 2, 2010) — Despite the common association of "right" with life, correctness, positiveness and good things, and "left" with death, clumsiness, negativity and bad things, recent research shows that most left-handed people hold the opposite association. Thus, left-handers become an interesting case in which conceptual associations as a result of a sensory-motor experience, and conceptual associations that rely on linguistic and cultural norms, are contradictory.

Techniques for Producing Great Conference Programmes

Develop conferences that meet market needs, attract more delegates and sponsorship and increase profits

Producing better conference programmes translates directly into greater delegate numbers, more sponsorship and higher profits. Yet many companies rely purely on “on-the-job” training, frequently missing out on some of the key elements which differentiate great programmes from average ones. By attending this course, conference producers will learn all the proven tools and techniques for putting together a top conference programme.

Course outline:

Lighting Design (Chapter from the book 'A Design Manual Schools and Kindergartens')

Lighting Design (from 'A Design Manual Schools and Kindergartens')
Background and significance of daylighting

Scientists Map Brain Pathway for Vocal Learning

ScienceDaily  — Scientists at Duke University Medical Center have identified neurons in the songbird brain that convey the auditory feedback needed to learn a song.

Their research lays the foundation for improving human speech, for example, in people whose auditory nerves are damaged and who must learn to speak without the benefit of hearing their own voices.

Mijn Blokje (My Brick) : Personalize your Lego (r)!


"Mijn Blokje" (My Brick) is a new initiative that provides you with personalized Lego(r) for different purposes. Albeit for gifts, educational purposes (round table, info sessions, workshops, ...), or as name tags for meetings, we engrave Lego (r) completely for your own purpose and goals. We offer different items such as magnets, key chains, bricks engraved with names, job titles, texts, ...

Classroom Computers Boost Face-To-Face Learning

 ScienceDaily (May 26, 2009) — Computers have been used for years to facilitate learning at a distance. A new European research programme shows that computers can also enhance collaborative, face-to-face learning and problem solving. In recent years, computer-assisted face-to-face collaboration has become an important part of the workplace, under the rubric of computer supported collaborative work.

Dan Tobin - Corporate Learning Strategist

Dan has worked in the training and development field for 30 years, including four years as vice president of design and development at the American Management Association, eleven years at Digital Equipment Corporation where he founded Digital’s Network University, and two years at Wang Global/Getronics where he founded Wang Global/Getronics Virtual University.  Dan has extensive experience in management development, executive education, sales and sales support training and technical education.

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