How to Boost Your Creativity at Home in 10 Days
Thank you so much for taking the course. Here are the links to the worksheets you’ll need for your exercises.
Right-click (or control-click) on the buttons to download the documents to your computer.
And here are links to some of the tools I mention in the course:
I’ve created a page with even more tools and downloads to help you with your creativity and innovation.
A bonus for doing the course
I’ve got one more lesson for you. This is Day 11. How about that for a treat?
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Practical creativity for everyone
Join London-based creativity and innovation expert Dave Birss as he shares a practical approach to enhancing creative ability. Dave begins by dispelling common myths about creativity, including the idea that some people are naturally creative while others aren’t. He goes on to offer tools for coming up with more and better ideas, developing those ideas, and increasing the chance of selling them. Dave also shares a process for getting ideas over the finish line with stakeholders.
Managing for better ideas
Collaborative creative thinking in organizations is more important than ever, but the usual brainstorming approach is typically ineffective. In a course ideal for current and aspiring managers, creativity and innovation expert Dave Birss shares a practical approach to managing groups toward inspired, creative thinking. Dave begins by examining the importance of defining the problem or opportunity, and goes on to outline his framework for guiding teams to come up with potential solutions. Dave also explores ways to test, refine, and simplify raw ideas to improve the chances of selling them to decision makers.
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