Outline the value of creative thinking in the workplace.
Highlight obstacles that can inhibit creativity.
Offer methods for clarifying problems.
Share a range of ideation tools.
Whether you are a creative person and you want to learn to be more creative or you’re the type of person who struggles to find new ways, you can benefit from this virtual classroom course in creativity and ideation. Designed for groups, the program covers guidelines for improving creativity, places to look for ideas, techniques for clarifying problems, obstacles to avoid, and ideation tools. Upon request, we can work with a predefined list of problems you provide during the session.
At this program’s conclusion, participants should be able to:
Articulate the value greater creativity could offer their work.
Identify specific places they can regularly look for ideas.
Recognize and overcome obstacles that block creativity.
Clarify problems and identify root causes.
Practice a range of ideation tools.
The Rules: Embracing the Basics
Idea Hunting: Where to Find Inspiration
Overcoming Obstacles: Getting Out of Your Own Way
Choosing the Right Problems: The Core of the Issue
Applying Tools: A Host of Options
By the conclusion of this interactive web-based training course, participants should have an excitement for and desire to generate new ideas and test their creativity.
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