Category Archives for "Creativity and Intuition"

how to experiment at work

How to experiment at work

By Jude Foulston“Those who experiment the most, are able to innovate the best.” How many times have you heard that? And seriously – give me one company who hasn’t listed innovation as a key part of their corporate identity or culture for 2018. The reality is that it’s just not that easy to ‘start experimenting’ or […]

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Learn to think like the smartest business leaders in the world

By Graeme Codrington When we read stories of some of the world’s top achievers, or hear from the world’s best innovators, it can feel as if they see the world differently to the rest of us. It’s no surprise to discover that most of them have actually worked deliberately to cultivate this as an ability.  For […]

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The Law of Opposites

By Jude Foulston The Problem: ​We just can’t seem to ‘think out the box’, to be creative and see what isn’t obvious. Is this something I can develop within my team?The Solution:​Well of course this isn’t something that will be solved overnight but the good news is that there are things that can be done to […]

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Register here for our upcoming webinar: Tomorrow’s World Today

Access TomorrowToday’s most requested keynote presentation when Graeme Codrington hosts our upcoming free webinar and uncovers the disruptive forces shaping the world today.  This session looks at the future and at the new attitudes and actions required from your people. The webinar focuses on how your people and leaders can respond, by understanding the nature of […]

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[Creativity] – Developing the skills you need to thrive in 2020

By Keith Coats  “Creativity is the process of having original ideas that have value. It is a process; it’s not random.” – Sir Ken Robinson When thinking of those who are creative, you might automatically think of artists, writers, and musicians. In truth, creatives include all those people who solve problems – the inventors, the entrepreneurs, […]

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