The most dangerous phrase a manager can use is “we’ve always done it this way.”
It is a fact: Creativity drives business innovation. And business growth.
Creativity is a skill. Like any skill, one can be trained in creativity. So, why not train YOUR organisation to be more creative?
Join some of the leading creative experts within organisations in Metro Vancouver on 7 November to learn how to transform old patterns into powerful creative disruption into your organisation. The result? New ideas, innovation, employee engagement… and growth.
But for creativity to flourish and innovation to be unleashed, these new approaches to thinking and creating should be practiced in your organisation… daily.
On 7 November , our presenters will introduce you to a number of tools you can implement and use in your organisation, through hands-on workshops and presentations:
Catherine Sherlock – How can you apply mindfulness to make it your superpower and transform the way you operate?
Dr. David Newman – What do you mean, be creative? And how will that transform my organisation?
Kirsten Anderson – How can “thinking with our hands” facilitate creativity and strategic planning?
Mark Busse (yet to be confirmed) – What happens when you intentionally bring lateral thinking and fresh stimuli into your organisation?
Kai Chu – How can design thinking reveal opportunities for new ways of thinking or being?
Jennifer Curleigh (yet to be confirmed) – How can leaders use storytelling to shift mindsets?
Paul Lopushinsky – How can creating a playful framework improve productivity and profits?
Alina Smolyansky – How can drawing help you access the subconscious and improve team functioning?
Presenter profiles can be found at creatific.org/events/.
We promise: You will leave this event with NEW insight and creative tools you can apply within your organisation to ultimately unleash the creative capacity of your people and increase your bottom line. What are you waiting for? Join us!
Email addresses collected will only be shared with Summit presenters. If you do not wish to have your email shared with the presenters, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to make a group booking for 3 or more from the same organisation, contact David Newman at email@example.com to discuss special pricing. Charities, not-for-profits, and social enterprises should also contact David at the same email address for a generous ‘social good’ discount code.
* This is the first, a prototype, for an ongoing series of events for professionals in people and culture, learning and development, and corporate innovation. It will be interactive, hands-on, and thought provoking.*