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Why can’t they think the same way as me?

Have you ever wondered why it is that the message you are trying to communicate to staff or clients is misunderstood or not heard at all? Why is it some people are organised and can analyse facts while others seem to be more “out there” and creative?

Well come along and find out.

Linda Kirkwood form Lennox Leadership Development will give us a taster on Whole Brain thinking. The basis of Whole Brain® Thinking and all Herrmann International learning modules, the HBDI® teaches you how to communicate with those who think the same as you and those who think differently than you. Once an individual understands his or her thinking style preferences, the door is open to improved teamwork, leadership, customer relationships, creativity, problem solving, and other aspects of personal and interpersonal development.

Who would benefit?

Managers of staff and business owners who need to communicate with their customers clearly and with an understanding of how to appeal to people with different thinking styles.


Where: Boardroom, Coffs Harbour Innovation Centre, 363 Hogbin Drive

When: Friday 5 August 12pm – 2pm.

What; Networking lunch, light refreshments.

RSVP: Wednesday 3 August to Julianne McKeon or 66588199

Our presenter

Linda Kirkwood has worked in the human resources and organizational development field for over 25 years.

Linda also has a passion for developing agile minds to improve leadership and business results and offers this through the development of Whole Brain Thinking 

Linda is accredited in Myers Briggs Type indicator Personality preference instrument, GENOS Emotional Intelligence Instrument GEMA employee motivation instrument, and Herrmann Brain Dominance Indicator© and Whole Brain Thinking©.

Linda has a particular interest in organisational psychology, strategic human resources management, emotional intelligence and Whole Brain Thinking and its contribution to effective leadership and business success, and neuroplasticity - the ability of the brain to rewire itself.

More information

This event is part of an occasional series of general networking events to stimulate discussion and interest and to bring together like-minded individuals to network in a relaxed atmosphere. Any further information and training can be discussed with the presenter directly. 


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