Creativity has been ranked one of the leading business priorities and described as a driving economic force, yet the word creativity is often amorphous.
Creativity requires time to think and filter information playing with different perspectives, connecting research, experiences, observations, conversations and targets.
Often our most creative ideas happen when we aren't actually thinking about them, while taking a break, because our brains continue to sort, sift and question subconsciously.
In this ever increasing fast paced world, making the time to take a break, giving yourself time to think and experiment with your own ideas and with others is more and more important.
That's where drawing comes in. Drawing is a tool for thought, one that brings diverse perspectives and pieces of a puzzle together, enabling creative opportunities to emerge.
Practicing playful ways to connect, like drawing, making and storytelling, helps teams experience seeing in new ways. Being vulnerable together in this way builds trust, resilience, and fuels enhanced creativity and collaboration.
What's the VALUE? Measurable results that last as individuals and teams improve their ability to creatively adapt to change; working through challenges together by seeing them as opportunities.
Drawing together supports innovative new collaborations, services, products and programs that lead to actionable results. Please CONNECT if you would like to explore ways of drawing together.
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Visual Thinking Drives Innovative and Actionable Results