Thinking as One Key to Organization Health – An Interview with de Bono Master Trainer, Lynda Curtin

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Recently de Bono Consulting, interviewed Lynda Curtin, one of only 37 de Bono Master Trainers worldwide and the product development manager on the highly acclaimed Focus on Facilitation workshop, regarding her upcoming involvement with the Health Work & Wellness Conference, Thinking Organization’s Succeed!

The Health Work & Wellness Conference was established in 1997 to bring together a community of like-minded individuals interested in creating positive, healthy change in their organizations.

Lynda, your keynote “Power-Up ...

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Innovative Facilitation Tools Help Advance Strategic Community Initiatives for Long-term Economic Impact

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We’re excited to announce our new Six Thinking Hats Case Study that demonstrates the power of Edward de Bono’s proven innovative facilitation tools . . .

In 2006, Mary Bula was hired to serve as the sole director for the Growth Partnership division of the Erie (Pennsylvania) Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership (ERCGP). With no additional staff to turn to, Mary knew that success would depend on effectively engaging and leading volunteers from the private sector. She also knew that it ...

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Edward de Bono Presenting at Happiness Conference

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With the help of the world’s top psychologists, scientists, philosophers, and thinkers, the Happiness & Its Causes Conference explains practical strategies to enhance the happiness of yourself and others.

Over 50 speakers including creativity expert, Edward de Bono, will discuss the latest, ground-breaking research into happiness and present practical wisdom, real-life inspiration, and personal stories.

Learn more about the May 5-6 Happiness & Its Causes Conference in Sydney.

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Edward de Bono’s Power of Perception Virtual Training Starts April 13

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Edward de Bono’s Power of Perception Will Teach You To:

• Look beyond the boundaries of self-limiting perspectives to uncover hidden opportunities
• Quickly and accurately weigh risks against rewards, helping you become a strong and confident decision maker
• Assess all angles before making a decision and use “what if” thinking to avoid costly mistakes

Our new virtual format allows you to learn the Power of Perception tools over the course of three days without the need to travel. Each training ...

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Women – Small and Mid-Sized Businesses – Multimedia

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Edward de Bono will open next month’s “Women – Small and Mid-Sized Businesses – Multimedia” conference in Warsaw, Poland.

The conference’s goal is “to present to the SMB sector, especially to women managing their own companies the ways of introducing new (creative) solutions for organisation, management, offered services or products or for the applied technologies, to show methods for project team-building and for applying lateral thinking.” The conference is part of the EU’s Year of Creativity and Innovation program.

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Cement Your Reputation as a Leader of Innovative Thinking

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To celebrate the European Year of Creativity & Innovation Edward de Bono, currently European Ambassador for Thinking 2009, has launched an online competition to find his greatest students.

All creative thinkers who use de Bono methods are invited to submit their success stories in a very creative way—by blogging on one of Edward de Bono’s newest websites. Find out more at http://www.debonosociety.com/profiles/blogs/edward-de-bono-launches-online.

Note: de Bono Consulting will be happy to help any client or trainer in our U.S. network ...

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Edward de Bono on Innovation

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Edward de Bono discusses the importance of training employees in lateral thinking to give them a systematic approach to innovative thinking.

Innovation Must Go Beyond Lip Service

Many organisations today pay lip service to the idea of ‘innovation.’ But it is not enough to say that you are in favor of innovation and then do nothing about it.

Many organisations have told me that they already have too many new ideas. I do not see how you can have too many ideas. You ...

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