Admit it. You're creative! Workshops.
Unlock your creative potential.
Tuesday, April 17 6:00- 9:45 PM Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD)
Part of Creativity & Innovation Day celebrations in the Toronto GTA, Admit it. You're creative! Workshops are multiple tracks of workshops for those seeking insights into creativity and innovation process, tools and techniques. Think of it as an "espresso dose" university for business, personal and organizational creativity and innovation, presented by the best creativity leaders in the Toronto Area.
Tuesday, April 18, 2006 6:00 – 9:45 PM
Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD) 100 McCaul Street
$20 with pre-registration. Pre-registration form at www.creativityday.ca
Your choice of two 75 minute workshops
Opening and Closing Ceremony
Light refreshments: sandwiches, snacks and beverages
Who Says You Can’t? Simple Exercises to Unleash your Creative Power for your Innovation Journey
Marci Segal, MS, President of CreativityLand Inc. and co-founder Creativity & Innovation Day April 21 Worldwide.
Admit it. You’re a designer!
Julian Goss, Chairman Industrial Design Department, OCAD
Plant a Seed, Watch it Grow: Conversations Managers Can Have to Cultivate Innovation.
Merv Rogers, Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and a Partner in Leadership and Coaching Partner International.
Brain GYM® - Tap into Your Brain and Power it Up
Jill Hewlett, Hewlett Success Inc., Educational Kinesiologist, Speaker, Trainer and TV Host
Words@work: Metaphor as Problem Solver
Catherine Graham, Poet, U of T Creativity Lecturer and Author
The Poet's Menu: Sizzling Words for Saucy Verse!
Marc Brandeis, Manulife Financial
Create the Entrepreneur
Warren Coughlin, Canadian, North American and Global Coach of the Year, Action International
Games, simulations and toys to spark creativity in training and meetings.
Bob Bissett, Mentoric, International Program Design Training, Facilitation, Coaching and Consulting
Pre-register online at www.CreativityDay.ca
Official Website: http://www.creativityday.ca
Added by ehuggins on March 15, 2007