CPIP hold Coaching for Creativity in Context workshop

On Wednesday 26 July, the Centre for People, Innovation and Performance (CPIP) held a workshop titled Coaching for Creativity in Context.

On Wednesday 26 July, the Centre for People, Innovation and Performance (CPIP) held a workshop titled Coaching for Creativity in Context. The workshop was designed and ran by Professor Helen Shipton alongside Dr Margarita Nyfoudi (Birmingham City University), who together hold over two decades of experience of research in this area and are running ground-breaking, innovative workshops that optimise creativity, coaching, and innovation for teams and individuals.

Everyone can be creative, but organisations are often faced with challenges, perceptions, and environments that inhibit creativity and innovation. The workshop aimed to identify and remove those barriers within teams and organisations, offer effective tools and frameworks to catalyse creative thinking, and combine practical coaching and creativity techniques to inspire innovation and productivity for teams and individuals.

The day includes problem identification and scope, organisational analysis and data interpretation and executive report and feedback. The workshop is an evaluation and training model that can be applied in any organisational context. The feedback from the delegates of the workshop highlighted the novelty and value of the learning it inspired and offered a “new approach” that provides “organic and clear” techniques.

We welcome any organisations interested in being part of this new and exciting development workshop. To get involved please contact Professor Helen Shipton (helen.shipton@ntu.ac.uk). Visit cpip.org.uk for more information on the Centre.

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