Brain Based Innovation Webinar hosted by ULiveandLearn
Dec. 10, 2012 from 3 - 5 p.m. Eastern
You’re invited to join Neesa Sweet for a fascinating two-hour live, interactive, online experience to learn about your brain and how to use it more effectively to get the answers you need. Discover: How your brain is designed to innovate
How the competition for resources in your brain can work against innovation — and how to manage that competition
How to capture your brain’s insights and turn them into workable solutions
Why your brain prefers habits instead of innovation—and what you can do about it
How to use the natural "languages” of your brain to generate ideas
How putting your brain in a "towards” state can lead to insights
Techniques and tactics to widen your perspective and "quiet” your brain
How to lead or participate on a more innovative team
How Walt Disney’s creativity strategy can be used with your brain
If you’re an executive, a designer, a manager, a team member, or anyone who needs to come up with new solutions in their work or in their life, you’ll be surprised and excited when you learn new ways to let your brain do more of the work.
Neesa Sweet is the former Director of Learning and Development at the Chicago Sun-Times News Group. She now heads the Braided River Group outside Chicago which works with organizations including Fortune 500s, small businesses, healthcare and not-for-profits on innovation, change and communication challenges. She is a certified coach from the Neuroleadership Group who is excited about new work in brain science and what it can mean for her clients’ ongoing challenges.