This is the alternative leadership course for business leaders who are looking for alternative results from their teams.
The creative leadership course was a truly mind opening experience. Learning new and refreshing methods to think in different ways and widen your possibilities to solve business, social and personal issues.
No death by Powerpoint on this course – just very involving, personal and practical lessons on how to create a space where your teams can thrive.
(Manlio Minale, Senior Strategist, Wolff Olins, London) Read more
The first module of the Creative Leadership course has a new name: "It starts with you!"
The name reflects the most important dimension of a leadership course: Developing your leadership does not begin with new tools and techniques.
It begins with building an awareness…Continue
Posted by Paul Natorp on January 17, 2013 at 11:00am
We are expanding the community.
In a world with less money and scarce resources, we must increase creativity and think new. In many parts of the world people are struggling to adapt to new times. Our task as leaders is to turn the volume up for innovation and bring more people on…Continue
Posted by Paul Natorp on January 4, 2013 at 10:30am
An ever-changing world needs leaders that can create spaces for people and ideas to grow. Creative Leadership trains leaders to initiate and facilitate an innovative process. The engagement of the people involved is a focal…Continue
Posted by Malene Post on January 20, 2012 at 1:00pm
I came across this very inspiring talk by Raghava KK, a young artist from India. He made a childrens book for the iPad and demonstrates in this short and funny talk how he uses perspectives to teach children creativity and empathy.
Raghava KK argues that art and creativity are…Continue
Posted by Paul Natorp on September 10, 2011 at 6:30pm
This week I attended the Front End of Innovation conference in Boston. I made a presentation about the KaosPilots and about how the way we learn can improve our ability to be innovative. My main point was, that in order to create something genuinely new we have to become new ourselves.
One attendee told me that…Continue
Posted by Paul Natorp on May 20, 2011 at 5:00pm