Creative Capability Fundamentals
3 weeks - 3 hrs/week
Creative Capability Fundamentals puts the ‘fun’ in function and digs deeper into our creativity toolkit by teaching the art of both storytelling and applied improvisation. Storytelling is the most powerful tool available to make ourselves more memorable and our ideas more appealing to others. Improvisation builds the capacity to respond to the unexpected and unplanned, and those who can do so will thrive in fast-paced and unpredictable environments.
MODULE 1: Building creative capability
MODULE 2: Storytelling
MODULE 3: applied IMPROVISATION
Building Creative Capability:
It has become more evident that creativity and collaboration are core skills in the workplace. Creative problem solving is a lifelong skill you will continue to apply at every stage of your career.
This program unlocks creative potential in you and your work. Don’t wait to get the edge against your competition, begin cultivating a creative mindset within yourself, organisation and team, now.
Overcoming the common barriers to creativity
The neuroscience of creativity
Relating to failure in a different way
Practical tools you can use to get yourself and your team supporting each other’s ideas
Storytelling is the most powerful tool available to make ourselves more memorable and our ideas more appealing to others. Our brains are literally wired for stories. In this session we’ll explore how leveraging storytelling at work can propel you towards greater success -- through more engaging presentations, building faster rapport with clients, and quickly on-boarding colleagues with your project.
The history and science behind storytelling
Understanding how to structure your material for maximum memorability
Uncovering your unique, authentic presentation style
Leveraging the story of your data to bring information to life
Applied improvisation is a skill which builds competence, consciousness and confidence.
Competence - the ability to respond to the unexpected and unplanned using available resources
Consciousness - a lively awareness of possibilities, presence and listening
Confidence - a belief in one's own and other's abilities
If everything went as planned, we wouldn't need to improvise. But, it doesn't, so we do. In this workshop we share the secrets improvisers use to solve problems quickly and well on stage, to equip you to do the same at work. This is a practical approach to ensuring you don't just manage change or merely survive the unexpected, instead you and your team can seize opportunity and thrive.
The power of presence and listening
How to collaborate and make other’s successful
Trusting your inner wisdom and your innate creativity
Relating to failure in a more productive way