May 11th, 2011
Creativity, Innovation and Change
In many ways, goal-prioritizing and goal-setting are acts of creative thinking; Scan your life and world for what’s important to you, narrow in on what rises to the top in terms of your priorities, clarify what your true goals are and then just do it. Et voilà! That was easy!
By having an accurate picture of where we’re heading, we can aim our energy and effort in the right direction. And by developing the ability to look at things another way, and engage in life with an open and creative mindset, we are able to take more action in successfully creating opportunities and achieving the personal and professional goals that matter to us.
But, as is often the case, knowing how to do something and putting that knowledge into action are two entirely different things! There are very effective tools that exist for clarifying goals and challenges, along with Creative Problem Solving groundrules and skills that are of immense help in how we take on goals. Discover how principles, tools and skills of Creative Problem Solving can be applied toward targeting and achieving your goals. And once we have this new knowledge, what can we learn from principles of KeyChange Institute’s change process to not only learn what we can do better, but to actually lock in more effective skills and habits, putting our knowledge into action?
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A WE² bit about Tara:
Tara Bissett is a creative thinking and change leadership trainer and facilitator, training and facilitating Creative Thinking and Change initiatives in a variety of organizations, specializing in the Creative Problem solving and KeyChange processes. With a strong fine arts background, Tara began her career as an artist and instructor, launching an art studio, founding and co-directing a Montreal-based artists’ association and exhibition space, and performing in and co-producing amateur and semi-professional musical and theatre productions. Over the past 10 years, Tara has consulted and facilitated in a variety of domains, from working with Canadian National Standards and educational partnership projects, to working with youth and community organizations, to presenting at a number of conferences and institutes. Tara holds an MSc in applied creativity and change leadership from SUNY Buffalo, along with a BFA and MA in art education from Concordia.
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Wednesday, May 11th, 2011
Les Pyramides D’Or
1375 Trans-Canadienne, suite 100
Dorval, Qc H9P 2W8 Map
(On the service road right next to McDonalds Head Office)
15$ for Members
20 $ Guests