We all get into ruts. You probably do too. The human brain likes to use already established pathways of thought and feeling; it’s simply easier for it. But habitual leadership is not really inspiring at all. The management training programs we offer explore creativity and its positive impact on managing people.
But what does extra emphasis on creativity really serve? Think about it this way. The world is changing ever more quickly; yours included. The same thinking that served you yesterday is just a little obsolete today. For you to stay at the edge of the management game, it will serve you to take a fresh and creative approach each and every day. That is why we play with thinking and acting outside the box as an essential part of our management training seminars.
There are barriers to everything in the world. And so, there are barriers to being more creative. One of those obstacles is right inside you in the form of your brain’s wiring. Albert Einstein is quoted as saying that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. But our neural blueprinting has us predisposed to routine; the opposite of creativity. We teach ways out of this cycle during our interactive and experiential management training courses.
You can begin the process of creative expansion in very simple ways. Try doing something different five times a day for at least a week (to get some momentum going). We do hundreds of things in the same way each and every day of our lives. From which shoe we tie first, to how you button your shirt, to which hand you pick up a cup with; creative prisoners of our own ingrained habits. Shake that up! Intentionally try new approaches. Your brain circuitry will light up in new ways. And each time you do this, you expand your thinking and acting. New thoughts for new situations = new solutions. Our management training classes will help you understand the necessity of expanding your inventiveness to become a truly enlightened leader.