As organizations are increasingly feeling the pressure to adapt to the realities of a new economy, more are turning to innovation and creativity as a competitive strategy. To be successful, however, producing organizational creativity has to be more than a tagline, slogan or abstract goal. How can your organization truly deliver on its goals of fostering creativity and innovation?
We believe that nearly everyone has creative potential, and that creative performance is within reach for any organization willing to invest in developing creative leaders. In this interactive workshop that incorporates improv activities and active discussion, organizational psychologists from Basil Consultants will provide insights and strategies around how to develop creative leaders who in turn can shape a more innovative organization.
Explore how innovation and creativity are defined and how they can be operationalized in your organization
Understand the key steps to promote and sustain a culture of innovation
Learn strategies to identify and develop creative leaders
Walk away with ideas on how to use improv for developing creative leaders as part of your L&D toolkit
Ranya and Naomi at corpUpdn@gmail.com
The Corporate University Professional Development Network (PDN) of the Chicagoland Chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATDChi) provides a forum for professionals involved with corporate universities to share information and network. For the purposes of the PDN, a corporate university is defined as "the strategic umbrella for developing and educating employees, customers, and suppliers in order to meet an organization's business strategies." (Corporate Universities, Jeanne Meister, 1998).
Participation is open to all those who have an interest in exchanging ideas, experiences, strategies, etc. related to corporate universities. The PDN was started in July 2003 and meets every other month at rotating locations. Membership in ATDChi is not required, but it is encouraged. ATDChi is not liable for activities associated with the PDN.