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PubU Online: Get Creativity Fit! Strengthen Break-Set-Thinking Skills & Catapult Your Innovation

 Export to Your Calendar 4/19/2017
When: Wednesday, April 19, 2017
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM Pacific
Where: Online via WebEx
United States
Contact: Mimi Le, IBPA Project Manager
310-546-1818


Online registration is available until: 4/19/2017
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About the Program:

Break-Set-Thinking™ is the ability to break existing perceiving and thinking patterns. Our perceiving and thinking patterns become more rigid and fixed over time if we don’t stretch and exercise them - keeping them limber, strong and ready to use at a moments notice. Essentially we develop perceptual and cognitive resistors – without even realizing it. Conversely, when we ‘Break-Set,’ we enable ourselves to think about and perceive things in new ways; apply new frames; look at challenges, problems and opportunities from opposite perspectives; experiment frequently; put together new combinations; and free up our natural capacity to produce truly novel, imaginative and innovative thinking.

During this high-energy, fast-paced, hands-on program, participants will apply unique and powerful Break-Set-Thinking tools against their most pressing challenge, problem or opportunity. They will generate an ample supply of truly novel and feasible ideas, and integrate the best of them into a workable concept. Additionally, participants will be provided access to the 28 Day Break-Set-Thinking Challenge whish is a customized method to help anchor creative-thinking practices into proactive, repeatable habits. Once the habits are formed, the real payoff and increases in innovation productivity occur.

Can’t attend this webinar? Sign up anyway and watch the prerecorded session at a time suitable to you.

About the Presenter:

Dan Coleman, the founder of Excelsior Learning and author of Bursts of Fresh-Squeezed Ideas, is consistently praised by his clients as a knowledgeable and highly energizing speaker who brings fresh content, practical tools and unique learning methods to deliver training that sticks. Prior to founding Excelsior Learning, Dan led national account sales and negotiation teams at AT&T and American Greetings, and was a senior manager with Accenture. He is a leading authority on how to use creative-thinking tools and practices to strengthen innovation productivity. Over the past eighteen years, Dan has trained thousands of people in his non-traditional custom-designed programs.


Speaking & Training Topics:

Get Creativity Fit is a fast paced hands on program designed to foster novel thinking & taking action – NOW! In this program you will meet the Beyonders that use their powers to conquer the Resistors that attempt to block novel thinking and action. Through the use of dynamic, powerful and easy to use Break-Set-Thinking practices you will encounter immediate learning – and apply it in real time to generate an abundance of ideas to solve individual or team specific central challenges.

Ignite Your Negotiation Performance is an energizing program that accelerates Collaborative, Competitive, and People-Centered negotiation skills through a creative-thinking approach to negotiation. In this program, participants apply a rich mix of researched-based, practical, and highly effective negotiation strategies, and tools.

Dan has a B.S. from State University of New York and has completed course work towards an M.A. in Creative Studies at the International Center for Creative Studies at Buffalo State College. He will publish in 2017, What’s Stopping You? Conquer the Resistors of Creativity & Catapult Your Best Ideas to Action…Now!

Dan can be reached at dancoleman@excelsior-learning.com; www.excelsior-learning.com; https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-coleman-1607b01; 330.284.5446

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