This workshop is the culmination of Dr de Bonos lifes work. It brings together his experience and his key concepts in a unique package - an easy-to-learn, easy-to-use, practical approach to creative thinking thats been proven successful worldwide. Todays environment demands innovative solutions. This workshop helps you and your organisation generate them. Focus your creative energy and turn problems into opportunities
It is strongly recommended as the follow-up programme to the public lecture on Lateral Thinking delivered by Dr de Bono himself or the Six Thinking Hats Method® seminar conducted by Linda Low and Peter Low.
Level 2 - Supervisors, Executives, & Emerging Managers; Level 3 - New Managers; Level 4 - Managers.
Tom Peters, author of In Search of Excellence and one of the worlds most highly respected management gurus, who topped the list of most credible of business leaders (Straits Times, Monday, February 26, 1996) wrote in his book.
There are time tested techniques for milking peoples wackier ideas. Youd do no better than to attend one of creativity guru Edward de Bonos seminars; invest heavily in using such techniques to solve all problems. The Tom Peters Seminar (Macmillan London 1994)
Sir Dr Peter Low and Mrs Linda Low are directors of their own consultancy firm. They have more than 21 years of experience in introducing Dr Edward de Bono's methods to more than 500 major corporations and government agencies.
Both Sir Dr Peter Low and Mrs Linda Low were among the first 12 to be personally trained by Dr de Bono. On account of their phenomenal success with more than 2,000 seminars to their credit, they were appointed by Dr de Bono as Lifetime Certified Master Trainers and have been acknowledged by him as his "best trainers internationally". Only 4 persons in the de Bono international network of more than 1600 trainers were awarded this accreditation. They oversee the de Bono network operations in Asia.
Their more than 500 clients include: AXA Life Insurance, Citibank Singapore, Credit Suisse, Defence Science and Technology Agency, Fujitsu Asia, Housing & Development Board, Infineon Technologies, Land Transport Authority, Ministry of Health, National University of Singapore, PSA Corporation Limited, Singapore Navy, Singapore Press Holdings, SingTel, Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department, Hong Kong Hospital Authority, Daimler Chrysler, Hong Kong Police Force, Mandatory Provident Fund Schemes Authority, Manulife International, PCCW, His Majesty's Government of Nepal, Ministry of Urban Development (Sri Lanka) and Yum Restaurants (Thailand).