Creative leaders hold space for their organizations, to explore and take risks. Innovative cultures do two things. They empower their employees to contribute and they reward thoughtful failure. Too many organizations hoard creative permission. Creativity is reserved for those that have “earned” the right by proving themselves, climbing the corporate hierarchy – a process that is notorious for reinforcing conformity.
Is it any wonder that companies struggle to innovate?
We train people and organization on human-centered design techniques to develop internal processes.
In addition, we provide guidance for practicing mindset tools both for cultivating and growth-mindest. We also teach participants how to making emotion-neutral, and unbiased decisions; when (and when not to) reserve judgment, when to diverge creatively and when to drive towards a decision; how best to collaborate and offer effective feedback.