Igniting creative potential
Are you looking for…
…ways to ramp up the creative efforts of those with whom you work?
…strategies for being more creative?
…better ways to lead others in creating new ideas and approaches?
…skills to facilitate problem solving and innovation sessions?
The Igniting Creative Potential Course (ICP) addresses these issues and many more in a fast moving 3-day training program that is intense, hands-on, and productive.
In this course you will learn about:
- 15 tools for generating and focusing new ideas
- 8 guidelines for effective thinking
- 4 main components of creative problem solving
- Your personal style related to solving problems and managing change
- A roadmap to guide your creativity and innovation efforts
- Practical suggestions for leading and managing change
- World-class best practice for idea generation and idea focusing
- How to effectively facilitate creativity and innovation sessions
One of the many benefits you will receive from taking this course is participating in applying your learning on real challenges and opportunities. All participants will be able to develop a creative approach to their tasks (personal or professional), and participate in numerous facilitator lab experiences.
These facilitator labs provide the unique opportunity to experience numerous real-life applications of Creative Problem Solving. Those facilitating the sessions will be observed by a master CPS facilitator, and all group members will engage in a debrief aimed at identifying and capturing key learnings for future applications of CPS.
Our promise to you is that you will leave this course a better innovator and facilitator of the creative collaboration.
Luc started his “CPS journey” in 1990 at the State University at Buffalo where he received a Master of Creativity and Innovation. He has been a CPSB associate since 1992 and currently serves as a Senior Associate. Luc is a qualified CPS facilitator and trainer experienced in conducting presentations, workshops, and training programs with for-profit and not-for-profit organizations throughout Europe, and around the world. Luc is qualified to use a variety of psychological instruments including the VIEW: An Assessment of Problem Solving Style, the Situational Outlook Questionnaire (SOQ), and the Myers Briggs Type Indicator. He has been active in translating and applying the VIEW and SOQ in both French and Dutch.
Clients Luc has worked with include EIOPA (The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority), EUROPOL, The Scottish Pension Fund, Mercedes-Benz, Johnson & Johnson.
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