Creative Thinking

Racquet Club
Tuesday, 14 July 2015
12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (UK time)

Learning objectives
By the end of the session delegates will understand:
-Why Creative Thinking is important in business
-Why most organizations don't make enough use of the creative potential of their people
-The difference between Creative and Judgemental Thinking
-How to run a Creative Thinking session at work

The session is designed to be interactive. It will teach the techniques for separating Creative Thinking from Judgemental Thinking, and will equip the delegates with the tools to be able to run a Creative Thinking session at work.

Speaker Profile
Paul Reynolds is one of the Directors of Mentor Corporate Coaching. Prior to joining the company in 2007, he had over 20 years' experience in senior leadership roles in the Tate and Lyle Group, and as a Director of a major American bulk liquid storage business. Paul has managed multi-disciplined teams in trading, storage and distribution of hazardous products in the UK and worldwide. In his various roles he has worked "on the ground" in over 30 countries. He also has experience of running an SME business in the UK. Paul's experience of working with people from different backgrounds, cultures and industries at all levels gives him an edge in the training and coaching business. He specializes in Leadership and Management training and coaching, both with individuals and teams.
Paul Reynolds 07794 717 409

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