Challenge: We Need to Collaborate, Innovate, Adapt, and Not Claw Each Other’s Eyes Out
We’ve all been to that “brainstorming” meeting: the one where there’s loads of silence as no one shares their ideas. The one where that one person seems to point out any flaws in an idea, moments after it’s left someone’s brain, killing it dead on the spot. The one where that one person seems to talk on and on and on dominating the conversation and going way off topic. The one where the decision maker makes the decision they were going to make anyways and just wasted everyone’s time getting “input.”
These processes are creativity killers and motivation killers. How can you break out of this rut and break through to real innovation?
The Solution: A Fail Fast and Iterative Processes Session
Get some hands-on practice in some design thinking methods. In this interactive workshop, the trainers want to change your relationship with failure, to see it as a friend that can provide feedback, direction, and speed. By practicing resiliency in small challenges and reframing our self-talk about setbacks, we can be freed up to seize opportunities, solicit feedback, pivot effectively try again, and have a little more fun in the process.