As you’ll know if you’re interested in this topic (which we’re assuming you are!) then you’ll be aware that there are hundreds of creativity tools out there, and lots of processes to boot. Working out which tools to use for which problem is an art and a science and one that we’re still honing! The key to this is practice and mastering creativity tools on real-world problems and finding those that you can use quickly and easily for yourself and your teams.
Our free online e-learning programme that kicks of this February – the Creative Leap! We’ll be sharing some of our team’s favourite resources on this free programme, gleaned, learned and practiced over our combined careers spanning over 25 years working in PR, planning, scriptwriting, coaching and training over 20,000 people. Sign up for a 29-day dose of creative inspiration, brainfood and ways to tackle the blank page, delivered to your in-box.
People have preferences in relation to creativity just like they do with everything else – are you a morning or evening person? A big picture thinking or love the detail? Like a linear path or happy to deviate to find creative solutions? Like groups? Hate them? All of these things will impact on your own, and others creative outputs.
In Claire’s book about creativity in business, In Your Creative Element, Claire explores these factors and many more. You can find out a bit more about us and the book here. You can also sign up for our newsletter for regular free inspiration and resources below and receive 28 free creative hacks to boot!
Or try the tools on the next page.
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