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Brookings Institution

Creativity in Organizations

Nov 13—14, 2019
2 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1995
USD 997 per day

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If you think and lead creatively — and cultivate these abilities in yourself and your team — you add great value to your organization and society. Consider creativity a teachable process, not an innate talent. Engage in a variety of experiential activities that build your idea formulation. And develop skills that help you make these skills a habit.

“I really enjoyed this course. I wasn’t sure what to expect, particularly since government is not known to embrace creativity. But the techniques and examples proved to be extremely helpful at my agency.” – Class participant

Program Benefits:

  • Examine the factors that encourage individuals and groups to question conventional approaches, become more creative and generate innovative ideas
  • Assess your personal creative-problem-solving skills
Brookings Institution

Inspiring Creativity in Organizations

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Nov 13—14, 2019
2 days
Washington, District of Columbia, United States
USD 1995
USD 997 per day

Description

If you think and lead creatively — and cultivate these abilities in yourself and your team — you add great value to your organization and society. Consider creativity a teachable process, not an innate talent. Engage in a variety of experiential activities that build your idea formulation. And develop skills that help you make these skills a habit.

“I really enjoyed this course. I wasn’t sure what to expect, particularly since government is not known to embrace creativity. But the techniques and examples proved to be extremely helpful at my agency.” – Class participant

OPM Competency: Creativity

MSL Credit Hours: 1

Program Benefits:

  • Examine the factors that encourage individuals and groups to question conventional approaches, become more creative and generate innovative ideas
  • Assess your personal creative-problem-solving skills