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Making Any Team Innovative

Topic:
Making Any Team Innovative
Date:
August 17, 2012 at 1:30 - 2:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Chris Grivas, President, Chris Grivas Consulting(Chris Grivas Consulting)
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Description
IBM’s last Global CEO Study named creativity as the number one leadership competency needed to successfully compete in the 21st century marketplace, according to 1,541 CEOs, general managers, and senior public sector leaders polled worldwide. These leaders expect their top talent to practice and encourage experimentation and innovation throughout their organizations. They join education and business experts in calling for an increased focus on developing creative thinking skills for achieving higher levels of innovation.
In this session, participants will be introduced to the universal creative process and a framework for understanding how they engage in that process called FourSight. By understanding and recognizing different types of creative thinkers, HR professionals will have the basis for developing this essential leadership competency while enabling teams to increase their creative capacity. The FourSight framework enables attendees to focus their creative problem-solving on resolving complex situations, encouraging innovative thinking, and working with their clients to more effectively create targeted, well-considered solutions. Participants will come to understand their unique patterns of thinking and learn to steer themselves more deliberately towards their goals. This field-tested framework helps to demystify the process of creativity and innovation so that any team can achieve performance breakthroughs.
Every organizational development consultant relies on a variety of tools to meet their clients’ needs. FourSight developed by the International Center for Creativity SUNY Buffalo, is a relatively new tool designed to engage teams desiring more innovative outcomes. As a result of this session, participants will be able to:
•       Describe the stages of the universal creative process
•       Explain how cognitive preferences for different stages of the process can play out among teams
•       Learn to identify their own and other’s preferences
•       Use new tools for engaging clients toward producing innovative results.
Who Should Participate
Organizational Development, Training, Diversity Professionals Leadership Development, Executive Coaches, HR Directors, Chief Learning Officers, Facilitators
What You Will Learn
As a result of this session, participants will be able to: • Describe the stages of the universal creative process • Explain how cognitive preferences for different stages of the process can play out among teams • Learn to identify their own and other’s preferences • Use new tools for engaging clients toward producing innovative results.
Recommended Resources
"The Innovative Team: Unleashing Creative Potential for Breakthrough Results" by Grivas & Puccio (Jossey-Bass, 2011) "Why Creativity is the Most Important Leadership Quality" - CLO Magazine http://clomedia.com/articles/view/why-creativity-is-the-most-important-leadership-quality/1
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