Staying creative when working remotely
One of the consistent concerns about people working remotely is whether we can stay creative and reproduce those watercooler moments that lead to new ideas. Our new web seminars in this area help overcome some of these challenges and also enables participants to take some of the new opportunities for creativity that come from working remotely
Our highly interactive web seminars introduce some insights, practical tools and processes that can be delivered remotely to stimulate creativity in your team or organisation
Explore creative processes and techniques you can deliver virtually
- Understand the creative process
- Learn what is different about doing this remotely
- Identify the specific creativity challenges we need to overcome – separate the myths from the reality
- Explore and practice creativity techniques reimagined for remote and hybrid delivery – generate and evaluate ideas virtually
See more about this subject in our book Leading Remote and Virtual Teams – managing yourself and others in remote and hybrid teams or when working from home.
See our remote and virtual teams learning path and the other relevant modules in this area.
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Tailored training or off the shelf modules for your people development needs
We are deep content experts in remote, virtual and hybrid working, matrix management and agile & digital leadership. We are highly flexible in how we deliver our content and ideas. We can tailor content closely to your specific needs or deliver off the shelf bite sized modules based on our existing IP and 25 years of training experience.
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