Learn how to use trusted techniques and new tools to more confidently, actively, and successfully facilitate others in creating ideas & communicating innovations to act on.
Would you like to design more interactive and engaging meetings, workshops and group sessions that generate ideas and innovation? In this practical & hands-on workshop you will will experience high-impact creative activities that work for a variety of group sizes at different steps of the innovation process. You will learn how to use trusted techniques and new tools to more confidently, actively, and successfully facilitate others in creating ideas & communicating innovations to act on. At the end of our experience you will get to design your own mini innovation session using the tools and activities…and facilitate it to generate ideas for a challenge you want to focus on.
What will you gain from this workshop?
- Use design thinking to design for engagement leveraging group dynamics: Individuals, pairs, triads, & huddles.
- Gain a toolkit of tools & techniques to use immediately on your own and with groups.
- Design your own innovation session to facilitate that day for your challenge & participate in others’ creations.
Who should take this workshop?
This workshop is for the individual to help you develop skills and techniques to be a leader of innovation at your organization. This workshop can be customized from 1.5 hours to 2 days.
After the Workshop
Receive access to complimentary online tutorials, guides, and workshops to keep using the methods, frameworks, and tools in your leadership career.
Your Facilitator & Trainer
Darin Eich is the author of Innovation Step-by-Step and Root Down & Branch Out: Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs. Darin earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis from the University of Wisconsin. Darin is the president and co-founder of InnovationLearning.org and BrainReactions, an innovation consulting company founded by UW students, where he led idea development and innovation projects for organizations like P&G, the United Nations, and the U.S. Council on Competitiveness.