What is it like?
Do you have a workshop or a conference and you want to do something different? Want your people to learn new skills as well as deepen relationships? Then give them the skills they need to bring their creativity to the fore and inspire it in others. Learning the science of Creative Problem Solving will help your people to question the status quo, ask better questions and promote creative collaborations with co-workers and customers.
How does it work?
We design a bespoke program tailored to your needs, that will equip attendees with the ability to:
- Stretch their view of what is possible
- Challenge assumptions
- Defer judgement
- Question the status quo.
All applied to real-life business issues generating innovation that can drive business growth. We will give you the fundamentals to enable Creative Leadership:
- Creative Mindset: The cognitive operating system to create space for creative thinking for yourself and your teams.
- Change-Making Toolset: The best suite of tools and techniques to generate options, communicate direction and inspire commitment.
- Affective Skillset: The practice and application of the Creative Mindset and Change-Making Toolset to internalise Creative Leadership behaviours.
What will it achieve?
If you want your team to be:
- Creatively confident and empowered to generate new ideas and inspire it in others.
- Contributing to creating a culture of innovation where everyone is committed to improving your business.
- Generating a range of creative solutions to drive purposeful innovation for your business.
Then this Creative Workshop is for you. It is an investment that will transform your business by empowering your people to bring their best self to work every day.
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“I found the nature of the course is what really resonated with me the most. The thing I use the most now is the whole deferring judgment. Especially in the operations side of the business there is always the tendency to say that this won’t work because… now I have learnt how to effectively NOT shut down the ideas of others before they are fully formed. And how to elicit ideas and encourage people to build on them.”