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Give Participants Time to Talk

It is a common error, and one that I made early in my career. Because bringing participants together is so costly to the company, and because it happens so infrequently, there is a natural tendency to cram as much information as possible into the available time.

Escape Your Conference Comfort Zone To Become Happier And Smarter -by Midcourse Corrections

Conference organizers, whatever scares you when planning your event, plan to do it now!

That’s right, run to your fear and escape your conference comfort zone!

Why? Busting out of your conference comfort zone leads to a longer, happier, smarter life with increased confidence, gratification and satisfaction, to paraphrase author Ken Budd.

ROI Course: Copenhagen

6 May 2014 09:00
7 May 2014 17:00
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Designing Events for High ROI

Make your events more valuable

Meetings and events have great potential to increase a company’s or orgnaisation’s revenue and performance. Too often their full potential is not realised. This training programme will help you improve the value and measure results.
  • starting with a 2 days workshop,
  • followed by 6 months personal coaching
– we guide you while you put into practice what you have learned.

5D Meeting Architecture boot-camp

26 May 2014 09:00
30 May 2014 17:00
Cartagena Chamber Commerce - Colombia
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What is the 5 Day Meeting Architecture training...?

5 Day Meeting Architecture boot-camp South America The 5 Day Boot-camp Meeting Architecture is an intense and hands-on Training programme on all the  Meeting Architecture core elements. It totally focuses on Objective based design of meetings.
People that join this training are meeting planners, meeting designers, meeting producers, etc.

Designing Effective Meetings - The One Day Meeting Architecture Process Training

23 Feb 2014 09:00
23 Feb 2014 15:30

Designing Effective Meetings - The One Day Meeting Architecture Process Training

(Additional Fee and Registration Required)


Science Daily-Speech Means Using Both Sides of Brain

We use both sides of our brain for speech, a finding by researchers at New York University and NYU Langone Medical Center that alters previous conceptions about neurological activity. The results, which appear in the journal Nature, also offer insights into addressing speech-related inhibitions caused by stroke or injury and lay the groundwork for better rehabilitation methods.

Learning: Actively Recalling Information from Memory Beats Elaborate Study Methods

ScienceDaily (Jan. 21, 2011) — Put down those science books and work at recalling information from memory. That's the shorthand take away message of new research from Purdue University that says practicing memory retrieval boosts science learning far better than elaborate study methods. "Our view is that learning is not about studying or getting knowledge 'in memory,'" said Purdue psychology professor Jeffrey Karpicke, the lead investigator for the study that appears January 20 in the journal Science. "Learning is about retrieving.

League Of Rock :: Music-Based Leadership Training

Leadership Training Taken To The Next Level...

Predictive Success Corp. Partners With League Of Rock To Combine World Renown Predictive Index Tool With Music-Based Learning

League of Rock is quickly becoming the de-facto standard in Music-Based Collaboration and Team-Building. Predictive Success Corp. is known nationally for assessment tools that turn self-awareness into practical business results.

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.

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