Creativity: The Interpersonal Dynamics of Innovation in the Workplace
Creativity has dominated the business landscape over the past year. Agile organizations met the moment and distinguished themselves from the competition, cementing market share and propelling their brands into the forefront even during a crisis. As organizations migrate out of crisis mode into recovery, fostering creativity remains ever important. In this moment, creativity not born from necessity or survival, for it to flourish in a sustainable way, creativity needs to have the right environment - the right corporate culture.
What You’ll Learn
Cut through the noise and learn the 4 phases of the creativity process leading to innovation and disruption. Understand the key drivers enabling creativity at the individual, team and organizational level. Find out how to manage the “paradoxes of creativity” and why purpose, engagement and diversity stand out as critical drivers of innovation.
Why You Want To Learn It
Creativity is one of the most in demand skills in the workplace. Organizations and management teams need it to confront challenges, drive innovation, and create results. Creativity starts with culture, knowing where and how to invest with precision will give your organization a competitive advantage – allowing you to engage and retain talent while driving innovation.
How It Will Help You
As HR and learning leaders, unleashing a workforce that confronts challenges, creatively troubleshoots issues, and executes innovative strategies is critical for success. Leaders and their organizations must be able to articulate organizational purpose, have the skills to drive employee engagement, and embody the attitudes and empathy to build a truly diverse and inclusive workplace.