Linda Naiman presents a rich tapestry of images, ideas and strategies used by leading innovators in business, art and science to inspire and inform you. This interactive presentation is designed to give you an overview of key principles and practices you can apply to cultivate your own creative leadership and to create a workplace environment where creativity and innovation flourish.
How do you nurture creativity and get the best out of your team? Explore the 7 habits of highly innovative leaders in this compelling and interactive session. The focus will be to develop the 5 key discovery skills of highly successful disruptive innovators, and a whole-brain approach to creativity. You’ll leave with impactful insights and practical tips to boost your creativity, foster innovation and prepare for a successful future.
How can you use art to gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace? Linda Naiman presents a rich tapestry of art, images and ideas designed to inform and inspire. Discover the strategic ways art is being used in major organizations that transcend traditional roles of decoration and entertainment: Art as a branded experience, art as a means of spearheading social innovation and organizational change and art as a catalyst for creativity. What can we learn from the arts that we can apply to business?
Where there is power, there is art. Where there is art, there is power. Explore the relationship between art and power —in business, spirituality and social change, from the Renaissance to present day. In this workshop, Linda Naiman presents a tapestry of art, images and ideas designed to inform and inspire, interspersed with thought provoking questions and world café style dialogue. We’ll discuss themes of power that have occurred in visual art from Michelangelo to Graffiti, how artists have changed our world view, and examine ways Popes, Kings, Queens, Emperors and corporate titans have used art to forward their agendas.
This expedition will teach you creative thinking techniques used by artists, scientists, inventors and entrepreneurs — the ability to see what others don’t see, connect seemingly unrelated data to gain fresh perspectives, and generate new ideas for innovation. This expedition can take place online, at your local museum or gallery..or in your own lobby, if you have a corporate collection of contemporary art.
This webinar will introduce Design Thinking frameworks and take you step by step through the process to give you a basic understanding of the way it works and how you can integrate Design Thinking in your coaching. Design thinking offers a structured framework for understanding and pursuing innovation in ways that contribute to organic growth and add real value to your customers. We will also explore the ways coaches work in design-led organizations.
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