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C:F Podcast #1 - 6 thinking hats!

by C:F Team on 31st March, 2011 at 6:33 AM CEST

We are excited to launched the very first Challenge:Future Podcast #1 - hear the voices of our C:F members coming from all across the world!

In this episode, Zhikica, our Chapter Network President invites Ms. Nastja Mulej to tell us how to put on six different types of thinking hats! Yes, that's right, Edward de Bono, C:F Advisory Board Member wrote a book on the 6 Thinking Hats and Ms. Mulej helps the listeners go through the concepts!

Zhikica is also joined by the C:F Chapter member in Bulgaria, Krste and Macedonian Chapter members, as well as Damla and the Turkish Chapter members.

We hope you enjoy our very first podcast and we look forward to all of you sharing with us on how you have used the 6 Thinking Hats in your daily life! We also envision to have a C:F Podcaster Action Team who will have the chance to learn to edit, produce and publish these podcast audio and video files - if you want to take up the challenge, drop Sayanee a message!

And here's wishing you a happy hour learning about the 6 thinking hats! 
Download the mp3 audio file by clicking the picture below.

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