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NEW! 9 Ways to Get Yourself in the Mood to Create (Totally New and Updated Content)

Creativity and Innovation

Offered on Demand
Duration: 1 Day 9 AM - 5 PM

Workshop Description

9 Ways to Get Yourself in the Mood to Create

If you want to be the one who consistently comes up with the most effective and creative solutions, then make sure you are not left out of this workshop!

Einstein said that ‘IMAGINATION’ is a more important resource than ‘KNOWLEDGE’.
If you consider that KNOWLEDGE refers to the past, stuff everyone already knows, while IMAGINATION refers to the future and the yet unknown, then this makes a lot of sense.

The solution to major challenges has never come from the same thinking that created the problem in the first place. Solutions have come from unlikely relationships and from breaking the boundaries of the generally accepted ‘wisdom’ of the times.

Learn how to be creative on purpose!

Discover whether or not your thinking and communication style helps you to be more creative or inhibits your creativity? Where do your strengths in the creative process lie? Are you more of an ideas, a relationship or a process person?

Find out …
How to accelerate the idea generation process with your team?
How to remove the inhibitions that suppress your creative imagination?
How to unlock the intuitive answers buried somewhere in your subconscious mind?

Find out in 7 minutes or less by filling out one of the most intriguing one-page questionnaires that you will ever do. The Diversity IceBreaker™ was developed by an award-winning Norwegian psychologist and consultant to help you quickly understand your thinking style.

This Workshop kicks off with the Diversity IceBreaker™ , rapid fire group discussion and explorations of the feedback from the questionnaires.

Participants are then invited to try out different techniques for overcoming inhibitions and generating new ideas under pressure.

The workshop ends with a specific methodology that can be used at will, long after the workshop is over.


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