Creativity

Did you know that we all have innate Creativity that can be accessed?

Did you know that Creativity can be developed and that, with practice and intentionality, we can get better at it?

Creativity allows us to experience joy as we explore, discover, and imagine. Creativity is valuable in that it allows us to see problems in new ways, recognize and seize opportunities, make unusual connections and take intelligent risks. Creativity has relevance in our personal lives and significant relevance in our professional lives. Daniel Pink, in his book, A Whole New Mind, suggests that we are entering a new age in which creativity is becoming increasingly important. Ideas are the currency of the future. Sir Ken Robinson, Ph.D., an internationally recognized leader in the development of creativity, education, and innovation, has said, “My contention is that creativity now is as important in education as literacy, and we should treat it with the same status.”

We can practice creative skills and processes until they become a natural part of who we are and what we do. We can train for a creative moment in the same manner that people train for athletic events.

Participate in one of our Creativity Workshops and discover the principles and practices that can help unlock your creativity; learn principles and practices that can contribute toward organizational innovation. Our Creativity Workshops offer an experiential dynamic and feature a WaterRock Institute artist or musician.

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