Creative Leadership Training is a course for current and aspiring business managers in how to enhance and develop the creativity of your staff and embed creative thinking into your business.
Research has shown that 98% of five year olds have genius levels of creativity, but by the time they reach adulthood this has reduced to a meagre 2%.
Our training shows that this success-limiting process can be reversed and that creative behaviour can be re-learned. We achieve this by combining activities and materials that deconstruct the barriers that are built on the journey to adulthood so that ideas can be generated without constraint, opening up the imagination to new possibilities.
Creative Leadership for Business is for current and aspiring middle and senior managers in any industry who want to develop their capacity to generate new ideas and execute them through the actions of others.
This programme introduces the concept of applied creativity in an organisational leadership context. It explores, through immersive experiences, the internal conditions business leaders can create that enable creative behaviours to be learned and applied in their teams in order to drive a culture of innovation. The module will enable aspirant, middle and senior leaders to apply a variety of techniques to strategic problems in their organisations and analyse the impact.
The programme runs over four days with a gap between day two and three of approximately six weeks to allow participants to test out learning, and a gap between day three and four of approximately eight weeks to allow participants to undertake an enquiry based piece of evaluative practice. They are supported with coaching during this period.
“IVE have been instrumental in helping our leaders inspire our business during a time of change. They used creative techniques as a way of breaking down inhibitions and enabling our people to better articulate the vision for the future. We’ve been blown away by the difference IVE are able to make.”
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