Be Kiasu, Be Creative and Effective in Problem Solving
Have you ever been stumped by a lack of ideas and initiatives at a personal or organisational level? Do you or your team members find it a challenge to come up with innovative solutions for the challenges you are facing? In our course, Be Kiasu, Be Creative and Effective in Problem Solving, we will teach you how to effectively tackle problems with innovative solutions and ideas.
In the modern workplace, employers are looking for creative individuals who can come up with novel ideas to solve problems faced in a typical day or to overhaul outdated work procedures that has led to systemic productivity decline. Employers value individuals who can channel creativity into productive solutions, especially those whose ideas can potentially lead to long term cost savings or new business opportunities.
What You Will Learn
In this 2-day ‘Be Kiasu, Be Creative and Effective in Problem Solving’ workshop, participants will first learn how to distinguish between creativity and innovation and to recognize the attributes of creative people. They will be taught how to achieve the holistic state of total thinking and how to prime their body, brain and environment for creativity to flow. Participants will then get to know how to identify and eliminate the obstacles that restricts creativity and apply various creative thought processes to become a habitually creative person over time. In addition, participants will be introduced to design thinking techniques to enhance the idea generation process.
Course Objectives – Be Kiasu, Be Creative and Effective in Problem Solving
By the end of the course, you would be able to:
- Distinguish between innovation and creativity in seeking solutions
- Appreciate the different aspects of left and right brain thinking
- Enhance your work environment to encourage creativity and generate new ideas
- Apply design thinking into their workplace problem solving process
- Solve organisational challenges and produce innovative solutions
Participants can consider signing up for the Critical Thinking for Problem Solving course to further develop their critical thinking skills.