There’s a little-known secret about innovation. When faced with a challenge, research shows we all engage in a universal creative process. We all have thinking preferences for moving through this process which act as an energy wave powering us through, or causing us to stall out. Regardless of the innovation approach you’re using, these preferences have an impact on the thinking and energy you naturally bring to the table. With awareness of these preferences, you and your team can power up your efforts and engage in innovation much more effectively.
What are your innovation superpowers? What’s the Kryptonite that holds you back? Find out if you are a Clarifier, Ideator, Developer, Implementer, or some combination of these. Everyone has something to contribute to the innovation process and with awareness, you can learn how to overcome your Kryptonite.
This is a research-based, highly interactive and fun session led by Janice Francisco, Founder of BridgePoint Effect. Discover your superpowers and learn how to liberate yourself and your team from the challenges that come with innovation.
- How do you approach a challenge?
- Preference vs. Ability
- Discover your innovation superpower
- Overcoming your Kryptonite
- Thinking preferences across the organization
- Find out your unique contribution to innovation
- Unlock the universal language that helps move innovation through an organization
- Learn how to build better teams
BridgePoint Effect is a Canadian organizational development and innovation strategy firm that brings decisive navigation to help organizations respond to change and integrate innovation. Janice is a pragmatic integrator who brings tireless creativity and forthright dialogue to a global clientele. She achieved a Masters of Science in Creativity and Change Leadership, is Chair of the Conference Board of Canada’s Council of Innovation and Commercialization, speaks internationally on applied creativity and innovation management.
Facilitated by: Jonathan Landon, Connectiv Innovation
REGISTER for the January 23rd, 2019 session