Starting on Saturday October 10 until at least the end of November 2020,
you and your friends and colleagues are invited to attend a groundbreaking no-cost interactive online experience, the Back to the Basics Workshop. The duration of the workshop is 3.5 to 4 hours.
This free interactive workshop has been given to employees of major corporations such as The Walt Disney Company and Hulu. This online offering is being shared FREE as a community service during these times of unprecedented change. You will be inspired and energized by going BACK TO THE BASICS
through an introduction to the concept of Personal Knowledge Management (KM). It includes an overview of information that leads to self-understanding and demonstrates how these concepts apply not only to our personal lives, but also to our lives in the workplace and in our communities. Learn about the 7-part “Pieces of Our Puzzle” model, which allows us to understand the various aspects of ourselves as pieces of a puzzle to be put together. You will be shown how to leverage self-knowledge to maximize your personal success and well-being in our personal, business and community lives, including how KM can be used to bring people together in unity to help address the most pressing issues of our time.
There are six breakout sessions interspersed throughout the workshop. Attendees are paired in groups of two, and participate in powerful conversations about the topics being presented.
There is no pitch for products or services, this is pure content being offered as a free service to all Americans and all world citizens.
The workshops are currently limited to 200 attendees on a first-come, first-served basis. The $300 attendance fee is waived until further notice.
To register for the event, please register at the links below:
Saturday, November 21, 2020:
About the Instructor:
Brent Hunter is a Master Certified Knowledge Manager and Project, Program, Portfolio and Knowledge Management Executive. Brent has advanced degrees, is a graduate of General Electric’s fast-track Information Systems Management Program and holds twelve active professional certifications. Hunter is an entrepreneur, producer and executive producer, former psychotherapist, National Certified Counselor and is an award-winning author of five books regarding the subjects of Knowledge Management, psychology and universal wisdom.
The workshop represents Brent’s unique and groundbreaking interpretation of Knowledge Management and is based on his book titled The Power of KM: Harnessing the Extraordinary Value of Knowledge Management. Another of Hunter’s books is about universal wisdom and has received 22 literary awards. The Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peacehas been endorsed by the Dalai Lama, NY Times Bestselling Authors, Doctors, Attorneys, Ambassadors, Astronauts, Olympians, an Academy Award-Winning Actor and a growing chorus of global luminaries. The connection between this book and Knowledge Management is important because universal wisdom is the apex of the Data-Information-Knowledge-Wisdom Pyramid, an important conceptual framework in Knowledge Management.