Mind mapping is a powerful tool that can help employees and managers brainstorm and organize their ideas in a visual and intuitive way.
This skills training program will introduce participants to the concept of mind mapping and provide them with the tools and techniques they need to create their own mind maps for a variety of purposes.
- To introduce participants to the concept of mind mapping and its benefits
- To provide participants with the tools and techniques they need to create their own mind maps
- To give participants the opportunity to practice mind mapping through a series of practical exercises
- The training program will use a combination of lectures, group discussions, and practical exercises to help participants understand and apply the concepts of mind mapping.
- Participants will be encouraged to share their own ideas and experiences, and to collaborate with their colleagues in the group discussions.
- The training will be interactive and engaging, with plenty of opportunities for participants to practice their new skills
(included in Half-Day and Full Day sessions)
- The training will cover a variety of mind mapping frameworks and techniques, including:
- Tony Buzan’s radial mind map model
- Dave Gray’s X-Model for visual thinking
- The SCAMPER method (Substitute, Combine, Adapt, Modify, Put to other uses, Eliminate, Reverse)
- Participants will learn how to apply mind mapping to real-world problems and challenges in the workplace, using the tools and techniques covered in the training.
- They will also learn how to use mind mapping to facilitate brainstorming sessions and to plan and organize projects and tasks
included in 90-min, Half Day & Full Day sessions
- The training will include a variety of practical exercises designed to help participants develop their mind mapping skills.
- These may include brainstorming sessions, problem-solving activities, and case studies that challenge participants to create mind maps for a variety of purposes.
By the end of this training program, participants will have a solid understanding of mind mapping and its benefits.
They will be able to create their own mind maps using a variety of software and paper and pen techniques, and will have the skills and confidence to use mind mapping as a tool for brainstorming, problem-solving, and project management.
Participants will also have had the opportunity to practice their new skills through a series of engaging and interactive exercises, giving them the chance to apply their knowledge in a practical setting.