Companies can only innovate if their leaders are creative, so the question is, how can organizations foster creativity among their leaders? A good place to start is with research suggesting that without self-awareness, people are incapable of creativity.
Whether it’s bean bag banter, volleyball, rock climbing, or access to a game room with Lego and arcade games, leading organizations are providing activities throughout the day with the goal of inspiring new ideas and encouraging creative thinking.
When creativity is implemented in design thinking, your instructional design team will deliver training solutions that resonate with learners and drive behavioral change and productivity that will benefit your business.
We can try to outperform machines, or we can recognize that automation is forever changing the way that work is done. This choice means finding another way to thrive in this new world. Here is your guide to navigating the rise of the machines.
Soft skills – self-awareness, patience, impulse control, empathy, altruism and collaboration – have always been the key to our survival and success.
Creativity is simply the development of original ideas and the ability to turn them into reality. It’s about perceiving the world around us in new ways, making connections between seemingly unrelated elements and coming up with new solutions for a...
Across the business landscape, AI and other advanced technologies continue to drive change, requiring workers to develop higher-order skills to make the most of the human-plus-machine partnership.
Most companies do not have a people problem. Instead, obstacles and barriers stand in the way of creative individuals with original ideas. Leaders at all levels must find a way to clear the path so that these talented people can flourish.