Creativity classes that unlock brilliant ideas
Author of The Creativity Leap and founder of Figure 8 Thinking
Intelligence isn’t enough in a complex marketplace – leading organizations must harness their human potential through creative problem-solving. But for many, “mind-sharing” with those who think differently is a serious challenge. In this creativity class, author and multi-dimensional thinking expert Angie McArthur explains how to overcome this challenge with collaborative intelligence.
- A New Professional Currency
- Understand How Different Minds Work
- Energize Yourself and Others
- Turn Communication Breakdowns into Breakthroughs
- Benchmark your collaborative intelligence and work relationships.
- Use “mind patterns” to better communicate with others.
- Apply “thinking talents” to reduce burnout.
- Resolve communication breakdowns.
The 6 Habits of Highly Creative People
Creative thinking is a complex process. According to cognitive psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman, there aren’t any surefire strategies for consistently generating great ideas. But in this class, Kaufman shows learners how to remove some of the barriers – at home and at work – by adopting a few simple habits.
- A Introduction to the Creative Brain
- Combining Intelligence and Imagination
- Listening to Your Intuition
- Opening Yourself to New Experiences
- Engaging in Play
- Embracing Solitude
- Draw on your intelligence to fuel your imagination.
- Use play to explore new ideas safely.
- Look to your daydreams for direction.
- Balance your intuition with rationality.
- Accomplish meaningful work and embrace personal growth.
How to Supercharge Collaboration
IQ and emotional intelligence have had their time in the spotlight, but in this creativity class Erica Dhawan explains why connectional intelligence is a vital capability for success in the 21st century. Dhawan, author and teamwork expert, also shares the key ingredients of innovative ideas.
- Connectional Intelligence 101
- The 5 C’s of Connectional Intelligence
- Leverage the 3 Types of Connectors
- The 4 Benefits of Remote Teams
- Get Big Things Done with Remote Teams
- Assess the quality of your connections.
- Solve problems by growing, accessing, and encouraging your networks.
- Identify the skill sets you need for each phase of a project.
- Explain the benefits of remote teams.
- Communicate more effectively with remote team members.