Lecture ‘Decoding Original Thinking’
Inkstone Georgia Lecture Series
1st Lecture in the InkstoneGeorgia Lecture Series.
Target Audience: Change makers, Professionals, Businessmen, Social Entrepreneurs, College Students, Educators, Intellectuals
“The world we have created is a product of our thinking; it cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”- Albert Einstein
Everyone wants to defeat competition and succeed by being different from the rest. Innovative thinking is the most crucial aspect of any knowledge-based economy. Also, intellectualism goes much beyond the notion of mugging up books and spewing out the conventional ideas. Being a conformist will not take one to the unexplored domain of opportunities. Original thinking is a prerequisite to solve the problems- of a marketplace or of the mankind- by making substantial difference to the way we act.
Scope: The following will be discussed:
• the importance of original thinking
• how to develop original thinking
• why and how to break away from the mainstream ideas
• demerits of being a conformist
• challenges in the process
Benefit: The lecture/talk will help you not only in your professional life but also in your social and personal life.
Speaker: Paramjeet Berwal (‘Pammy’)
About the Speaker: Pammy is a social entrepreneur, business consultant, educator, founder of Inkstone (Policy and Legal Advocacy) and Inkstone Georgia. He has numerous publications to his credit in international journals including Oxford University Press and Sweet & Maxwell. His research work deals with wide range of disciplines. His educational background includes names such as Max Planck Institute (Germany), George Washington University (USA), University of Oxford (England), World Intellectual Property Organization Academy (Switzerland). He is a visiting lecturer at several universities.
Limited Seats: 20 participants
Time Duration: 1 hour
Date: September 16, 2017 (Saturday)
Time: 18:00 to 19:00 [6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.)
Location: Impact Hub Tbilisi, Fabrika, 8 Egnate Ninoshvili Street, Tbilisi 0102
Attendance Fee: 15 Lari
Bank Account Information:
Name of Beneficiary: Paramjeet singh Berwal
Bank Code: TBCBGE 22
Account No. : GE46TB7412445061200006
For more information, please contact: +995 599 40 42 34 or firstname.lastname@example.org