In today's fast-paced work environment, the way it has "always been done" may not be the most productive. Finding new answers to customer problems, team interactions, and day-to-day management needs is critical.
Thinking Outside the Box: Creativity and Innovation at Work is an interactive workshop that probes the habitual ways in which we trap our thinking and limit our potential. Personal thinking styles and real-life success stories are assessed so that participants can adapt those styles or lessons for their own individual and organizational purposes. By the end of the workshop, participants will discover that "creativity" and "work" are not mutually exclusive.
Register online for the one-day course, which will be offered by Learning and Development on Monday, March 11, at Johns Hopkins at Eastern.