March 28 2022, 17:30 – 19:00
If the KTC approach were used to create (or support) a strong culture of innovation and creativity, what differences would we see?
Innovation and creativity have become the business buzzwords of the 21st century. But are leaders teaching, or even encouraging, the building blocks of creativity and innovation at work? In many organisations, the first thing an employee learns is to keep their head down and not to ask questions.
To build truly innovative and creative populations, we must foster a sense of belief that thee are answers to problems and/or challenges. How might the KTC approach be used to foster creativity and innovative thought within an organisation?
About Kitchen Table Conversation
Kitchen Table Conversations create a comfortable and safe environment for lively conversation and active information exchange and sharing. They allow participants to reside in a state of heightened co-operation, generating new and innovative ways of looking at problems, and ensuring that examples live on in the minds of the participants.
Our moderator, Rick Wolfe, is recognized internationally for the animated conversations he produces using his unique approach. The book, Innovation at the Kitchen Table, co-authored by Rick Wolfe and Lisa Francis-Jennings, can be found on Amazon.
Kitchen Table Conversation Training
Running team meetings? Developing action plans for Organisational Change Management initiatives? Need to mobilise the team to create innovative solutions? It all starts with better conversations. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about training programs based upon the KTC methodology.