Creative Problem Solving & Innovation
How leaders and teams generate more innovative solutions to increasingly complicated problems
For leaders who want to unlock the genius in their teams
For teams who need to install new cognitive software to solve increasingly complex challenges
For organisations seeking to build their innovation strategies around a deliberate and congruent process rather than relying on luck
Everyone from the Harvard Business Review, to Kellogg Insight, from the London Business School to Stanford Magazine in California are touting Creative Problem Solving as the critical leadership skill to not only navigate a world of unprecedented change, but also to remain relevant in a world where AI, robots and algorithms are both smarter and faster than the human beings who manufacture them.
Of course, the problem is, our traditional definitions of creativity are outdated and have more to do with artistry than creativity. The Impossible Institute believes a more useful and practical definition of creativity is, “The capacity to solve problems in ways we’ve not seen before.”
The truth is, creativity can be learned and amplified using the tools and techniques Kieran and Dan has been teaching for the past 25 years. Tools that have helped teachers, lawyers, bankers and bureaucrats become some of the most innovative thinkers in their industries around the planet. If we want to remain relevant as leaders, we need to learn to think outside of the default and the routine.
In this inspiring workshop, Kieran Flanagan & Dan Gregory will take your creative problem solving skills up to level “De Bono”! You’ll discover:
How to unlock your genius (and the genius inside your team)
Learn to think in questions, not statements
Develop a process for thinking differently… deliberately and consistently!
Expand your cognitive bandwidth to see possibilities you’re missing
Develop a framework for driving entrepreneurship and “Innovation on Purpose”
Drop us a line and let’s work together on a workshop or three:
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