Tokyo Chapter of FEW:

The Art of Mind-mapping

Date: Thursday, July 13th, 2006 Time: 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Speaker: Josh Rhodes and Andrew Shuttleworth (AMT Group K.K.)

Description:
In today's world, where knowledge is king 24/7, who among us has not suffered at some point from information overload? Fear not - help is at hand! We may not be able to stem the tide of information floodwaters swirling around us, but we don't have to let them sink us! Come learn a simple yet ingenious technique to help us effectively organize our thoughts and retain information.

Minutes from meetings, speech outlines, and even shopping lists are practical areas where people are making use of Mind Mapping these days. This will be an interactive session in which Josh Rhodes and Andrew Shuttleworth will provide us all with a chance to practise Mind Mapping, as well as the practical applications of mind mapping on a computer. Bring something to write with, and even more importantly, an open mind to creative expression!

FEW (Foreign Executive Women) is a networking organization whose aim is to help foreign women in Japan achieve their full professional and/or personal potential. Despite the name, FEW welcomes women from all professional backgrounds and at all stages of their careers, and focuses on networking, and educational and social activities. Monthly meetings are held on the second Thursday of each month at the FCCJ in Hibiya.

Organization: Foreign Executive Women (Tokyo Chapter of FEW)

Cost: FEW Members: 2,000 yen (incl. buffet supper and drinks) PLEASE NOTE: This is a women only event.
Non-members: 5,000 yen (incl. buffet supper and drinks) PLEASE NOTE: This is a women only event.

Venue: Foreign Correspondent's Club of Japan, Yurakucho Denki Bldg. 20F, Yurakucho, Tokyo. See http://www.fccj.or.jp/static/aboutus/map.php for map

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan

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Website: www.fewjapan.com

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