Creative Problem Solving

The ability to develop creative solutions to some of your trickiest challenges is a core skill for any team. Sometimes you need a little extra help to unlock new ideas and a process for how you can turn those into value for the business.
Learn How To:
Understand different types of creative thinking and how to trigger and engage your creative brain
Learn tips & tricks to boost fresh thinking
Apply design thinking tools to break through constraints
Productively generate, capture, build & share ideas
Learn how to select ideas with the most potential for business impact
Walk Away With:
A shared language and methodology which the team can use to drive creative solutions.
A course workbook that captures important insights from the course.
A series of starter ideas that are ready to build and share.
Who should attend?

The ‘creative problem solving’ workshop is designed specifically for teams or groups that want to develop new solutions or approaches in the business. This course has been run with project teams, brand teams, sales teams, and leadership teams. It helps to create a shared language of creative problem solving and a solid approach to tackling difficult business challenges from new perspectives.

Choose your delivery method

This course can be tailored to your specific requirements:

  • Bite size masterclass - (2-3hrs)
  • Virtual or classroom (max 6-8)
  • Topic deep dive 1-2 day workshop
  • Open enrolment or intact for your company
Free suggested reading
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