When most people hear the words “creative problem solving” they think of a haphazard random approach to generating solutions. While it does in fact involve allowing ideas to flow, there is most certainly a rhyme and reason to the process. In this program, participants learn techniques for both generating a variety of relative, novel ideas to problem resolution and evaluating their effectiveness.
At the core of this session is a case study which serves as a springboard for the learning experience. Students are presented with new circumstances and conversations that specifically relate – allowing them to witness the concepts of creative problem solving and/or the effects of the lack thereof in action. They are called to not only assess the effectiveness of the applied concepts to the situation, but also put them into practice themselves.
This 3-hour instructor-led online seminar offers workplace tips, self-assessment exercises, real-life scenarios, practice activities, and more.