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  1. 1. Jill Wagner, APR Dianne Callahan THE CREATIVE LEADER: How to inspire the best ideas, solutions & service
  2. 2. What is creativity? According to Merriam-Webster, creativity is: the ability to make new things or think of new ideas COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
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  4. 4. Barriers to creativity  Fear  Inner dialogue: “I’m just not a creative person”  Lack of a safe environment to share your ideas  Threat to some leaders / peers  Process orientation  Burnout  Perfectionism (analysis paralysis)  Anger / frustration  NOTE: Lack of time/money is NOT a real barrier to creativity; in fact, constraints can often spur creative work COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
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  6. 6. ” “Creativity is 85% a learned skill. HARVARD UNIVERSITY STUDY COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
  7. 7. The importance of releasing your creativity  Communicating with diverse publics  Identity as a problem solver  Linking communication to mission  Building capacity for career contentment and growth  Mentoring creativity with others COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
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  9. 9. What is creative leadership? Creative leadership is the combination of creativity (the ability to generate ideas) with leadership (the ability to execute them through the actions of others). COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
  10. 10. Tapping into your own creativity and inspiring team creativity  Design a safe space to be creative  Strategies for solo practitioners  Frame the outcome  Make idea creation/problem solving fun  Plant an idea garden COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
  11. 11. Plant an Idea Garden Seeds:  Create a file of great ideas, articles, design, etc. It could be a hard copy file, a Pinterest board, a drop box or all of these. Cruise through these great examples to spark new ideas.  Look for creative solutions for others’ challenges – do they have application for you?  Adapt existing ideas to fit your need  Free association – 2 or more disconnected concepts or thoughts  Look at problems from vastly different perspectives  Accept ideas from anyone  Ask a kid for ideas on your project/issue  Record all ideas and refer to them in another time  Create a Wall of Wisdom where everyone can post great ideas COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
  12. 12. Plant an Idea Garden Fertilizer:  Regularly do exercises to get the creative juices flowing  Read books, articles and blogs on creativity and imagination Hydration:  Look at everything as a possible spark to imagination  Be curious about everything! Ask “what if?” questions  Break ready to some rules now and then COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
  13. 13. Accessing creativity during busy and distracting times  Build creative resilience  Creators always create  Go to the Idea Garden  Carve out time for creative exercises  Trust others to develop creative ideas  No rock and roll unless you’re dancing  Notice if stress improves or hinders your creativity  If you’re not creating, you’re probably not having fun COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
  14. 14. Use creativity to be seen as a valuable leader  Believe you are creative  Say yes!  Be brave!  Get people past blame and shame  Be the go-to person  Challenge yourself COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
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  16. 16. 10 ways to release your creativity the day you return to work  Quit limiting yourself  Create your brand so that it includes your creativity  Look for multiple solutions  Disassociation – get out of the problem  Killer Idea vs. Idea Killer COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
  17. 17. 10 ways to release your creativity the day you return to work  Cultivate curiosity  Collect things to do with your hands  Connect with people who are different from you  Change it up to get out of ruts  Act like there is no crisis COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM
  18. 18. Jill Wagner, APR www.idea-emporium.com Jill@idea-emporium.com Dianne Callahan www.LightheartedLife.org diannecallahan@yahoo.com COPYRIGHT 2016 IDEA EMPORIUM

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