Building and maintaining dynamic, creative teams is one of the
greatest challenges facing any organisation. Often the methods
people use to tap into their own creativity are uncertain,
unpredictable and destructive to team creativity. For many people,
how creativity works is a mystery, they simply know that on a good
day they've got it.
These workshops help participants understand how to master
their own creativity, and more importantly, how to support and
nurture the creativity within their teams and the organisation as
discussions are combined with artistic activities such as painting and sculpting
to give an in-depth understanding on both an intellectual and
3 principle areas are
How to free individuals
and teams from patterns of thinking and behaviour that block
How to develop the tools
and techniques that trigger and support creativity both
personally and in others.
How to develop a
life-style and working environment that helps continuously
support and nurture creativity
Example of a typical half-day programme.
Workshops may be held at international venues as required or at
our principal training centre:
Maison des Arts near Nice.
Location is the only restriction on group size. Workshops are
tailored to the specific requirements and the facilities
Maison des Arts has a maximum capacity of 40 participants.
half-day at Maison des Arts (per participant) from: 90.00 Euros / 60 GBP
For other locations
Typical half-day workshop
Programmes are tailored
to requirements. The following is a typical half-day programme.
Duration: 3 hours.
What is creativity and why do we need it?
Warm-up group painting activity
A fast moving exercise involving the whole
group designed to stimulate spontaneity and imagination.
- Fundamental elements of creativity
where and when are we creative?
the right side of the brain.
conscious and subconscious.
Risk & Play
- Tools and techniques
A painting demonstration
illustrating the use of a variety of creative tools and
Tea / Coffee break
The group divides in 2
sculpting clay, half painting
Individuals work on
their own piece towards a chosen theme. During the session they
are periodically given a number of instructions that either
challenge or support their creativity. A number of tools and
techniques are exercised as well as periods of group
makes a brief presentation describing their experience and how
their work evolved into the finish piece.
A final reminder of the key
tools and techniques as well as some practical advise on how to
create a supportive and nurturing environment for
creativity at work.