Companies value creative output. Whether your goal is to survive, compete or flourish, boosting innovation and creativity will enable your company to meet its goals. Learn how to get more out of your employees and current resources to increase output simply and quickly. Such skills are helpful to any organization, but for those companies in crisis, they are essential.
This course utilizes stimulating exercises, case studies and a quick overview of relevant research. Learn the small tweaks in your company’s procedures that can quickly boost creative output in your employees — all the way from the stock room to the board room. Learn simple techniques that will dramatically increase the number of new, constructive ideas you depend on to survive, compete and flourish. Learn how to boost innovation almost immediately by making simple changes in the way your run meetings, the way you structure tasks and goals, how you arrange your space, how you structure suggestion systems, how you provide feedback and how you train staff.
Course runs from 7:45am–12pm. Registration fee includes course materials, campus parking and continental breakfast.
This course is appropriate for leaders at any level. Anyone who leads and manages, whether it be a company, division, department or team will gain valuable skills from this course.
Robert Epstein is an author, editor, radio talk-show host, and longtime psychology researcher and professor — a distinguished scientist who is passionate about educating the public about advances in mental health and the behavioral sciences.
The former editor-in-chief of Psychology Today, Dr. Epstein is currently a contributing editor for Scientific American Mind, a columnist (“The Skeptical Psychologist”) for Skeptical Inquirer magazine and a visiting scholar at the University of California San Diego. He is also the founder and Director Emeritus of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies in Massachusetts.
Dr. Epstein has taught at multiple universities and published 14 books. He received his Ph.D. in psychology from Harvard University.