Hub SoMa Brown Bag Lunch (Wed, July 14th) – The Mind Time with John Furey

Hubbers! Want to understand HOW you think (everything we do begins with a thought)?  Munch and learn how your thinking works.  Collaborate better and know your value to a group!  Join us for this exciting Brown Bag lunch at Hub SoMa on Wednesday July 14th 12:00-1:00pm!  Add it to your calendar!

John Furey (CEO & Founder, MindTime): John Furey founded the MindTime Project in 1997. After moving to Africa from Switzerland, he became fascinated with how such diverse cultures appeared to think very differently. He has since dedicated himself to investigating the phenomenon of thinking and has pioneered much highly regarded science and theory in this realm. He has worked with numerous thought experts and a variety of linguists, psychologists, and management experts. He created the first online psychology profile in 1994, which some regard as a watershed moment for the field of psychology, and later leveraged his TimeStyle Profile as the cornerstone for a successful consulting and organizational development firm that he built. He later innovated a variety of applications that use the theory of MindTime and his thinking style profile as their framework. His innovations have led to breakthrough insights into group dynamics and organizational thinking. They have also helped inform an answer to the age old question, Who are we? And, what is our relationship to other people, the environment we create, the things we fill it with, and the people we invite into our lives? His current work in Mapping the World of Thinking promises to change the way we think about people’s choices and online behavior.  More . . .


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