We are excited to announce a new webinar!
Event Date: 1/24/2018 (2:00 pm EDT- 3:00 pm EDT)
Organizations that integrate creativity into their DNA achieve significant benefits, including better team performance, increased flexibility, greater retention rates, creative problem solving, and strategic decision making. And when it comes to leadership, creativity is the key to gaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
But just as there are multiple styles of intelligence, there are multiple styles of creativity that produce different yet equally valuable results. Variations in how individuals look at the world, gather information, and respond to challenges all have an impact on creative contributions. That’s why self-discovery is an important first step in realizing a leader’s creative potential.
Join creativity and leadership development expert Dr. Lynne Levesque for an hour-long exploration of creativity in the workplace. She’ll discuss how creative talents impact a leader’s performance, introduce eight creative talents, and offer a practical framework you can use to accelerate the growth of creative strengths in leaders and their teams.
Participants will learn
- What it means to be creative as a leader—and why it’s critical to performance
- The different ways leaders can be creative
- How the eight creative talents work on a team
- How to apply the eight creative talents to inventive problem solving, strategic decision making, and resilient change management
Dr. Lynne Levesque is a leadership and creativity consultant based in Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to launching her consulting and training practice, she was a vice president at Bank of America. Lynne also spent several years as a senior researcher at the Harvard Business School. She is the author of Breakthrough Creativity: Achieving Top Performance Using the Eight Creative Talents and the Breakthrough Creativity Profile, as well as several cases and articles. Lynne holds a B.A. from Mount Holyoke College, an M.B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley, and an Ed.D. from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.