If your company needs to improve the effectiveness of its meetings, then this seminar is a must. It will teach you how to transform your meeting to produce quick, decisive results, every time!
Date: Tuesday, 12 May 2015
Time: 9.00am – 1.00pm
Tea and Coffee included from 8.30am
Venue: Oakwood Arms Hotel, Shannon
Members: €100 per person
Non-Members: €130 per person
(Limited to 25 delegates)
Presented by Noel Caffrey:
Presented by the 2C Company, this 4-hour seminar content is based on a concept developed by Edward De Bono, which takes into account the six types of thinking which all thinkers need to use to improve the effectiveness of meetings.
The focus will be on showing how each hat type (white, red, green, yellow, blue, red, white) has a particular function at a meeting and how those skills can be used singly to request a type of thinking or in a sequence to explore a subject or to solve a problem.
1. White Hat
(Neutral, objective minds, concerned with verified data)
Gathering information that is known and needed.
2. Red Hat
(People who give the emotional view with no justification)
Managing feelings and emotions at meetings
3. Black Hat
(The pessimistic person, who states why ideas will not work)
Risks, dangers, obstacles, potential problems and downsides.
4. Yellow Hat
(The optimistic, hopeful contributor who assess the advantages of scenarios)
Presenting concrete proposals and suggestions.
5. Green Hat
(Those who input creative and new ideas)
Generating creative inputs and going beyond the obvious.
6. Blue Hat
(The person who plans the work and controls the process)
Managing the process: defining the subject or issue to be addressed
De Bono’s Six Hat Thinking process is based on the concept of parallel thinking and makes fullest use of everyone’s intelligence and experience.
Who should attend?
CEOs, MDs, Line Managers or anyone involved in managing or facilitating meetings.
Noel Caffrey has worked across multiple industry sectors in Fortune 500 multinational companies prmarily in Europe and North America. He focuses on business outcomes as he facilitates learning, improvements in capability, and delivering results. Noel is a businessman and behaviourial scientist, who engages with learners to facilitate significant increases in their performance.