Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Register for a Free Skills Workshop

For the last two month’s MindGenius have been running free online Skills Workshops for all of our maintenance paying customers.

The webinar sessions offer free training on MindGenius on a variety of topics and the opportunity to ask our Product Expert any questions you may have and are designed to ensure you continue to get value from your investment in our products and services. September’s session takes place on the 26th at 4pm, GMT, 11am EDT and is on Brainstorming with MindGenius, looking specifically at mapping techniques to aid brainstorming, and using the inbuilt MindGenius Brainstorm mode. This will enable brainstorming to become an effective, every day technique in your organisation.

The sessions will be hosted by Jamie MacDonald, Head of Client Development, a highly experienced trainer, facilitator and coach who has over 20 years experience in training, development and business improvement.

Here’s the schedule for the following months:
Tasks and Actions with MindGenius, 17th October 4pm:
• Mapping Tasks and Actions
• Prioritising
• Allocating Task Ownership
• Monitoring and Managing Tasks and Actions

Project Planning with MindGenius, 14th November 4pm
• Mapping Work Breakdown Structures/ Project Stages
• Tasks and Activities
• Allocating ownership
• Scheduling a Project
• Integrated Gantt View

Presentations with MindGenius, 12th December 4pm
• Planning a Presentation
• Using MindGenius to present
• Exporting to PowerPoint
• Presentation Mode

The sessions last for no more than an hour. Maintenance paying customers can register now by contacting us at

If you have any ideas on topics you would like to see us cover in the Skills workshops, let us know in the comments below.


جمالٌ كامل said...

I tried to register free for the classes but I could not
Please advice

MindGenius said...

Hi there, did you email If you did, you should receive your registration details tomorrow, if you are a maintenance paying customer.

MindGenius said...

Sorry, that email address should be

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