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Fostering Creativity and Innovation


Creativity and innovation are the driving force behind much organizations’ competitive advantage.

The responsibility to innovate should never be limited to an established department or job title. With their distinctive personalities, diverse experiences, and unique perspectives, all employees are capable of contributing to the creative evolution of the organization.

In this module, leaders tap into their creative potential and learn the skills necessary to engage their teams.

How to Foster Creativity and Innovation in 3 Simple Steps

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Step 1:

Gain a comprehensive understanding of creativity and innovation, the distinctive differences between these terms and the foundational steps to the creative process.

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Step 2:

Accept the role of leadership in enhancing organizational creativity and innovation and reflect on your current capability to exercise creativity and engage others in the creative process.

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Step 3:

Explore methodologies for individual and team brainstorming and idea generation.

Why choose this Leadership Module?

To survive (and thrive) in today’s complex work environment, organizations must create a culture that embraces change and innovation. In this module, we explore creativity and innovation through a variety of lenses and discuss an array of tools and techniques leaders can utilize to unleash the creative juices of their selves and their team members.

Is this course right for you? Participants of this module may find themselves struggling with one or more of the following:

  • Unable to find the time necessary to fully develop ideas
  • Employees do not feel they are ‘creative/innovative’ or may not feel their ideas will be embraced
  • A complacent environment that is not forward thinking


In this module leaders will walk away with a greater ability to:



Participants walk away with an understanding that everyone has creative potential and with tools and practical methods to help them debunk the myth that ‘I’m not creative or innovative’ with their workforce.

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