Originality is at the heart of creativity. So how do you ensure your ideas are as original as possible? It’s all about finding fresh ground by going against the grain, eschewing conformity and ignoring the rulebook.
Sounds easy? For some maverick creatives, it may be. But for many of us, this can seem like a risky approach – so the desire to avoid failure leads us to create ideas that are safe, and often these safe ideas turn out to be pretty dull and uninspiring.
This three-hour open workshop will help you:
- Notice when your brain leads you towards safe ideas
- Increase the amount of ideas you generate
- View opportunities from different perspectives
Outcome: participants gain an understanding of what it means to think creatively, and practice using a number of tools and techniques to help them achieve this.
- World Economic Forum: The 10 skills you need to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
- Quartz: Creativity will be the source of our next industrial revolution, not machines
“After the session, my colleague and I couldn’t stop talking about the new ideas we had generated in our heads, all of which happened in such a short period of time. I would recommend Creative Huddle to any company who have reached a creative stalemate.” – Heidi Swain, University of Sussex
“I attended with my team, and we all found it very useful to take time out of our busy diaries to think about the art of ideation.” – Angela Maurer, Tesco.com
“I’d highly recommend Creative Huddle – they’re easy to work with, know their stuff and are passionate about what they do.” – John Athanasiou, HarperCollins