Developing CREATiVE iNTELLiGENCE for future GROWTH and iNNOVATiON.

High creative intelligence gives you


A creative team is more productive, more collaborative, more resilient, and more iNNOVATiVE.

Recent studies have found that one of the top soft skills companies need is CREATiViTY.

WHY is creativity so desirable? And can you develop your team’s creative abilities?

The short answer is:
CREATiViTY in business is often referred to as Creative Intelligence (or CQ) and is important because it ultimately leads to iNNOVATiON, and innovation creates VALUE.
And YES, creativity can be developed.

Even if your company is not in a creative field, iNNOVATiON is important. While AI (artificial intelligence, robotics, data science) is excellent for optimising old ways of doing things, organisations need creative thinkers who can envisage the solutions of the future.

Creativity is as critical to retaining your customer base as it is in growing it.

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And why it matters at work.

benefits of developing


Creative intelligence is a mindset, not a methodology.

Benefits of developing CQ within your business teams include:

  • Engaging in creative processes and activities DEVELOPS TRUST through team members getting to know each other better and building more open relationships.
  • Employees with higher creative intelligence are more likely to use conflict to trigger useful debates and explore differences of opinion in a way that leads to innovation, as well as REDUCiNG CONFLiCT and TENSiON.
  • Being actively creative improves self-esteem and encourages team members to collaborate, leading to MORE EFFECTIVE TEAMS that readily SHARE KNOWLEDGE for the team’s and project’s benefit.
  • Creative projects and problem-solving increase involvement and commitment, leading to iMPROVED MOTiVATiON.
  • The ability to problem-solve from a space of creative thinking enables teams to GENERATE NEW, iNNOVATiVE SOLUTiONS in many areas.

Everybody is CREATiVE. Yes, some people are innately more creative than others, but many who think of themselves as NOT being creative do so simply because they have developed that belief about themselves over time.

The idea that CREATiViTY is something we can learn is relatively new, but research has proven that it can be done. Sternberg’s triarchic theory of intelligence has shown that we have three types of intelligence: analytical, practical, and creative. While creativity does come more naturally to some people, you CAN, much like any other skills, develop your CREATiVE iNTELLiGENCE and make thinking creatively a HABiT, or way of being.

The CREATiVE JOURNEY uses a unique 9-step process designed to help clients access and use their innate creativity in a playful, yet focused way. Participants are guided through interactive creative exercises, in a safe yet challenging environment, discovering a new awareness of and confidence in their own creative selves. The process uses values-based activities that do not highlight any specific need to be creative, yet encourage the participants to explore creative abilities they may have lost. As they proceed they prove to themselves that they CAN be more creative than they realised.

We work with the team to develop ways to put these discoveries into practice, so that CREATiVE iNTELLiGENCE is built as an ongoing practice and becomes a more habitual way of thinking and being at work.

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In ways that nurture individuals and teams to develop a culture of CREATiVE iNTELLiGENCE.

Start your team’s creative journey with


You can choose from the different CREATiVE PATHs.
One for individual development of CQ;
the other for developing CQ within the dynamics of a team.

I will work with you to design the content and format of your MOTiVATE. iNSPiRE. iNNOVATE program or workshop to meet your business’s specific CQ goals.

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