An uncreative leadership style doesn't work anymore
Leaders, consultants, and business owners who are UNcreative notice:
- lower resiliency during challenge and transitions
- less productivity
- less customer loyalty
- getting stuck in problems more often
- more unhealthy conflict
How does a leader becomes more creative?
By developing a series of simple habits that unleash inherent creativity. As Pablo Picasso once said "We are all born artists." Due to the school system and societal programming, many adults block their natural creative abilities.
Why add something as flakey sounding as artistry to leadership?
Because we have moved from the Information Age to the Conceptual Age where analytical skills are now handled by technology,and high level creative skills are in demand. For example:
* China has now invested billions in teaching their citizens how to be more creative.
* Recently in the UK, organizations with a creative mindset outperformed those who don’t by 1.2 billion.
* A poll done by Fast Company Magazine showed that creativity and integrity are now the top qualities CEO's and HR people look for when hiring leaders and consultants
People who are thriving in today’s world of work are Artists of Change.
Creative thinkers rule the future. Logical, left-brain thinking gave us the Information Age. Now comes the Conceptual Age — ruled by artistry, storytelling, empathy, and emotion. Those who can use creative skills at work (such as designing, synthesizing, and reframing) are more in demand in all industries.
Carla Rieger helps leaders
- become more creative presenters and facilitators
- develop transformative strategies that lead to practical results
- build trust, good will and open communication in the groups they serve
- build personal habits that make them more resilient, uniquely expressive, and in demand
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