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Rolf Smith - 7 Levels of Change

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Wednesday, June 19th @ 7:00 PM
Guest: Rolf Smith
Subject: 7 Levels of Change

Working from his experience as a strategist with the U.S. Air Force and as a consultant to some of the world's largest corporations (Exxon, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Texaco, EDS, CSC, General Mills, Hoechst Celanese, Procter & Gamble, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Chase Manhattan Bank, R.J. Reynolds - and the US Army, Navy and Air Force),

7 Levels of Change, Smith shares the strategies behind the thinking expeditions he has led many of the world's largest corporations on so that they can experience new energy, commitment, and self-confidence at any level and within every sector of their organizations during these most trying times. Complete with 8 Mindmaps for visual learners, each designed to capture ideas in chunks and make them easy to see. Mindmaps make it possible to use your whole brain-both the creative and analytical sides-by freeing you from linear thinking.

Author's CV: Known as "Colonel Innovation," Rolf Smith retired from the United States Air Force in 1987 after founding the first military Office of Innovation. Through his company, the Office of Strategic Innovation, Inc., he has led executives of the world's leading companies on "Thinking Expeditions" to learn how to innovate and manage change. He lives in Fredericksburg with his wife, has 6 adult children, and is a frequent speaker and guest at business forums of all sorts throughout the world.

Rolf Smith can be reached at (830) 992-2122 & think@diffferent.com and
www.thinking-expedition.com/book2.html

Join Ronald and guest Rolf Smith on Wednesday June 19 at 7:00 PM and find out what unconventional thinkers do and how they dare to think different.

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