How Mind Maps can be used with project management? Birmingham

15 November, 2016 | 18:00 - 20:00

Venue address:

WSP l PB Offices Birmingham
1 Queens Drive
B5 4PJ
United Kingdom
Find out how mind maps can be used to help with project management.
Find out how mind maps can be used to help with project management.

About this event

Mind Maps were invented by Tony Buzan in the 1970s and since then, they have been used in various industries, for a variety of tasks including planning engineering projects, such us the development of Boeing Aircrafts.

It is said that we are rapidly moving from the age of knowledge to the age of intelligence, and Mind Maps are becoming more popular in the effective use of our time and for organising all the information we receive every day.

Join us in this talk/workshop to learn more about this topic.

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Barry Mapp – Skills Facilitator, EQ Coach and Speaker

Barry is a speaker, trainer, and personal development coach with a special interest in the brain, accelerated learning and e-learning, and currently he has a course on Udemy that is NUMBER ONE in the mind mapping niche.

Barry developed his expertise in schools, colleges universities and the corporate sector. His background is in clinical science where he ran an NHS Laboratory for 22 years in a District General Hospital and was also a Quality Consultant to his local Health Authority.

Back in 1996 he trained with Tony Buzan before setting up his own training company. In 1997 he competed in the World Memory and the World Speed Reading Championships to 'test out his new skills'. Recently he was invited to give a TEDx Talk in Canary Wharf where he described some useful models about how the brain works and how the way in which we use our brain actually influences how effective our decision making and creativity can be.