| Login | My password? | Become a member | | Home | Webmail | ESADE | ESP · CAT |

Organize your ideas and your work with mind maps

21/03/2018 (dd/mm/yyyy) | Barcelona

ESADE Alumni Careers invites you to a workshop for people who want to organize their ideas for the sake of creativity and action.

Mind maps can help visualise and organise ideas and information. They can be used to create and structure ideas, synthesise contents, organize projects and tasks, and optimize the time spent on different activities. The use of mind maps stimulates the memory and creativity and makes it possible to analyse and understand complex situations. It provides a global, in-depth view of a given subject and helps decision-taking. It facilitates learning and more confident public speaking.

A variety of hands-on activities will enable participants to understand what mind maps are, how they can be useful for managing information and ideas, how they can be used in personal and professional spheres and why they allow people to work more effectively and creatively.



Marion Charreau

Marion Charreau is a coach and consultant specialised in the use of visual tools and methods. She has considerable experience working with companies, institutions, universities and publishers from different European countries. As a mapmaker of information and ideas, she has specialized in graphic facilitation techniques to clarify and organize ideas. Her techniques help to visualise and organise information by creating links and creating new ideas. She gives talks and provides group workshops about mind maps and creative techniques. She is a co-founder of mc-maps and author of the book ''Le français vu du ciel''.



Schedule: from 5.30 pm to 9.30 pm

For further information:

Events search engine
Advanced Search
Sign in here

My password?

Servicios Online


ESADE Alumni Magazine


Join the alumni network
Update your data
Alumni Directory
Carreer services
We support your professional development with the help of

job offers, seminars and other services

© 2007 · ESADE Alumni | Sitemap | FAQs | Contact us | Who are we? | Legal Notice