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Creative Culture Makes The Real Difference!

Leaders must lead by example. Which suggests that a creative leader must also create ideas which are brilliant and path-breaking. But, that’s not really true. Many creative performers become bad leaders, even bad Creative Directors. Because they keep on focusing on their own performance, rather than uplifting the creative-game for the team as a whole. The […]

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When Everyone Is Creative, Why Do We Need Creativity Training?

The moment people come to know I am a creativity and innovation trainer, they ask me, sometimes even challenge me, “Why do we need creativity training?”  Recently a friend asked, “It’s the creative faculty which made us different from other animals. Not just animals, we also mastered the natural forces for our own good and could […]

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Idea Machine: Creativity And Innovation Training With A Difference!

Creativity and Innovation training surprises people. Because the participants come in expecting the same power point presentation led training programme, where they are given a workshop outline, and then the trainer starts tick marking one point after the another.Our Idea-Machine training programme is a sweet surprise!In our recent Idea Machine Creativity and Innovation training, at […]

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How To Achieve Creative Success In The Iron-fisted Corporate World?

The world was never ready for creativity. The creative geniuses always faced resistance. But today, with so much hype about innovation, have things changed? Is corporate world waking up to breakthrough ideas?Sometimes it appears so. Innovation might be the most used core value by organisations. And yet, try to propose an idea which goes against […]

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Creativity: It’s Not The Cherry On The Top Of The Innovation Cake!

We talk a lot about creativity and innovation. In seminars, conclaves, and think-tank sessions, we proclaim — creativity and innovation matter the most! CEOs try to convince their organisations, sometimes requesting, sometimes cajoling, and a few times almost impelling the people– “There is no other way but to think out of the box”.This appeal for […]

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