Creative Problem Solving

Date/Time:
Date(s) - 30 Jan 2019 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Location:
Wessex Royale Hotel (click for address & map

To check availability and secure your place contact:
Ken Barfoot on 01305 261540 or email here

If you are looking for new ideas; want your team to find solutions not problems; need to remove barriers to productivity, make better decisions; or sell your concept more effectively, then this workshop is right for you.

As a result; you can

  • See the wood for the trees and cut to what is the real issue.
  • Avoid paralysis by analysis, and get the right information for informed decision making.
  • Have more confidence in the decisions you make
  • Share ideas and unlock the brain power in your business.
  • Build strong proposals for change.

The workshop develops a systematic approach to creative problem solving, making sound decisions and structured proposals for change. It allows you and your team to  be pro-active rather then ‘fire-fighting’. You can learn techniques used by some of the most innovative and successful companies in the world and find solutions to real problems at the same time.

“Creativity is the soul of the business. Without creativity, you have a body with no soul. Creativity provides the value that is the whole purpose of any business”. 

                Edward de Bono.  Creator of parallel & lateral thinking

Innovation and creativity are essential to remain competitive. Creativity is the creation or generation of novel useful ideas. It is intelligence having fun. Innovation is taking these ideas to market. To find new ways of working requires new ways of thinking. Delegates will discover creative approaches to problem solving and decision making in a very participative and supportive environment. There will be time for resolving real issues they face and have some fun.

Content

  • Introduction – setting expectations.
  • Defining the problem.
  • Parallel thinking – structured thought process.
  • Lateral thinking – creative idea generation.
  • Decision making.
  • Putting it into practice.
  • Summary.

The investment is £150 all inclusive of training, materials, refreshments and pre and post course briefings.

“We learnt how we need to tap into the team’s potential brain power. The problem solving techniques clearly identified how important it is to define the real issue in the first instance.”  Ian Jolliffe, Former Operations Manager, Sunseeker International Ltd

 

To check availability and secure your place contact:
Ken Barfoot on 01305 261540 or email here