Making the creativity leap: how charities can create more space for innovation and creative problem solving
29th September 5pm to 6pm UK time (no fee)
Creativity, innovation and agility will be three of the most important, defining characteristics of successful charities for the foreseeable future – for me, this is an obviosity. And so, prior to November’s open session on agility, I’m slipping in an extra seminar, for free to anyone in the third sector, on creativity and innovation, with a special guest from across the Atlantic.
Natalie Nixon is a long-time colleague of mine, a Fellow of the RSA, a creativity expert, global speaker, and Author of The Creativity Leap. She will be joining me by Zoom on 29th September to talk and answer questions on creativity, innovation and what that means for organisations like ours.
This is a unique opportunity to join a group of peers from across the sector, to step away from the day-to-day and to think more strategically about the practical capabilities and new approaches we all need to develop, to emerge from the current situation stronger, more effective, and better equipped to serve our constituents and deliver our missions.
To register, simply e-mail me and I will send you the link and details to access the call. Feel free to share this invitation with colleagues.
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