Our Minds at Work: Diversity in Perceptual Thinking Patterns (TM)

Have you noticed how some people have great ease in finding their words, are quick to create a visual or graphic, or seem to know just what action to take next? These variations represent the differences in how our minds organize, process, and create; the diversity in our Perceptual Thinking Patterns. This workshop will help you build "flexibility of mind" in understanding these differences, and learn how to tap into these strengths in order to engage in more innovative, dynamic, and effective ways within your workplace, family, and community.

At a glance

What: Our Minds at Work: Diversity in Perceptual Thinking Patterns (TM)

When: TW, May 17-18 8:30am-4:30pm

Where: Pyle Center, 702 Langdon St, Madison, WI

Cost: $295

Continuing education credit: 14 hours (1.4 CEUs)

Kathy Germann
Denise Jess

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For additional information, contact Barry Orton: 608-262-2394

Participants will:

  • Learn the Perceptual Thinking Patterns™ Model
  • Discover their own thinking pattern
  • Increase understanding of others’ thinking patterns
  • Develop strategies for working with these differences to enhance effective communication and nurture healthy relationships