Today, I am co-delivering the welcoming session for the two-day Boulder Journey School Summer Conference. The Boulder Journey School, founded by my friend, Dr. Ellen Hall, educates young children with fundamental values “based on an image of children as competent and capable, and as valuable citizens with inherent and irrefutable rights.”
- Critical Thinking and Reasoning
- Information Literacy
The list should sound very familiar to long-term Brainzooming readers since these are many of the same topics we try to address here related to creative thinking for professionals in the workplace.
In my opening talk on “Creativity, Talents, and Perspectives” at the conference, I will share a few Brainzooming creative thinking concepts plus a couple of idea capture frameworks specifically designed for the educators attending the conference to help think about their experiences and ideas to take back home to their own schools.
Creative Thinking Skills
Here are links to the Brainzooming creative thinking skills content shaping the talk.
Perspective and Talent – Common Challenges for Creative Leaders
Using All the Talents a Creative Leader and Team Has
Cultivating a Creative Perspective
- Changing How You Look at Situations
- Creative Thinking – 12 Triggers for Finding Strategic Connections
Embracing a Creative Experience
- Capturing Big Ideas and Strategic Connections
- Boost Your Creativity with “Taking the NO Out of InNOvation”
- Strategic Thinking Lessons – Why Recipes Are Better than Dinner Stories
- Creating Strategic Impact – Small, Possible Steps
I will be at the Boulder Journey School Summer Conference throughout the event, so I plan to immerse myself and be able to share some new insights on creative thinking skills here soon! - Mike Brown
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