Creating Resilience through Failure
"The Status Quo Sucks" -- George Carlin
With the advent of artificial intelligence, logic is increasingly outsourced to computers.
Creativity will be in the top 3 required skills in 2020 according to the World Economic Forum. We are all wired to be creative. Enter into uncertainty and vulnerability with creativity, and build that resiliency muscle as you learn to fail. If we learn how to fail when the stakes are low, we can be more confident in knowing ourselves, our process, and recover easier when the stakes are high.
Firmly rooted in the neuroscience research about how creativity works, and the different types of creativity, we will practice exercises to awaken your creative child. Identify how to create optimal conditions for innovation, to maintain your competitive advantage in the years to come.
Art + Science = Peanut Butter + Chocolate
If you have been told you are a "left brainer" you might be drawn to data, figures, and facts. Here's a fact - you are also highly creative, and creativity uses your whole brain, including your left and right sides.
Using neuroscience principles, learn how creativity is so much more than painting and performance. How to apply creative thinking to small innovations, such as a new process, spreadsheet or desk layout. The study of scientific creativity is examining what differentiates an artist from a scientist breaking new ground.
Identify when to use divergent and convergent thinking, and environmental influences to set your team up for success.
Above all, reconnect to your curious inner child, passionate about exploring new challenges and never taking "no" for an answer.
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