Presentation: Personal Capital – Know-how, Zen and the Emotional Wheel

Image courtesy of ~Ealasaid~

Image courtesy of ~Ealasaid~

This interactive presentation introduces the idea of an inner and outer path to personal knowledge and personal awareness.

As we live in the real world we need to increasingly interact with new technologies and pace of life in the contemporary environment.

On the other hand we need to strive to connect to our own inner technology! As such creating a bridge between the inner and outer path is imperative.

Discussing inner ‘know-how’, and introducing ‘Zen’ space and the ‘Emotional Wheel’ to support inner personal awareness (for the inner path).

The Zen is the space for creativity and inner knowledge, whilst the Emotional Wheel is representative of a visual metaphor.

The process helps you to think quickly, reflect and tune into feelings and thoughts and decide what is important to you.

A unique perspective on emotional tacit and cognitive personal knowledge for contemporary times. Ultimately making change and moving forward is all about inner awareness!

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Janette Young

About Janette Young

Janette Young, is a professional coach, trainer and learning facilitator. She runs her own business (Knowledge Futures) that is focused on contemporary management and leadership combined with personal development to help clients make the change and move in new directions. Janette has a background in the educational sector within UK Universities. She is passionate about personal development and personal awareness and she links this with knowledge focused management and leadership. Author of Personal Knowledge Capital: The inner and outer path of knowledge creation is a web world, Elsevier Publishers (paperback and kindle book). As a writer she combines both the inner journey to the outer path within the contemporary dynamic virtual environment.

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