Dr. Richard D. Grant will speak on "Remembering the Future: A Personal Toolbox”
Our historical background and personality style set an important frame for present problem solving and projections into the future. This presentation will examine different approaches to time and transformation based on personality style, and then will offer a personal toolbox for "remembering the future": self assessments in accessing our historically based assumptions as we approach the future.
Richard D. Grant, Jr., Ph.D., received his Ph.D., from the University of Texas in 1973. He has taught at Auburn and Texas A&M universities, and, since 1977, has been a counseling/consulting psychologist in Austin, Texas. He has authored four books, most recently, Recovering Connections, with Andrea Miller.
He has trained corporations and government agencies for over 20 years, including the executive MBA programs at the University of Texas at Austin, TCU, Texas State University, the University of Notre Dame, and the Texas Governor's Center for Executive Development. His private clients have included Gartner, Inc., Perot Systems, IBM, 3M, Sematech, Applied Materials, and the national center of the American Heart Association.
Seating is limited so please reserve your place at:
Price: $20 for members, $25 for non-members, payable at the door (cash or check only). Note: The price is for a meal, but must be paid for attendance even if you choose not to eat a meal.
For more information about the Central Texas Chapter of the World Future Society, visit www.centexwfs.org.
For more information about the World Future Society, visit www.wfs.org.
Official Website: http://www.centexwfs.org
Added by pauls70 on March 28, 2007