Our Breakfaster Tasters combine free training on a hot topic with a fantastic breakfast in central London and a chance to network.
Our next session is on November 10th.
What adults can learn from kids when it comes to creativity at work.
Plus – guiding colleagues from problems to solutions.
Book early as places fill up fast.
When: Thursday, November 10th 8.30am-10.30am
Where: wallacespace, Covent Garden
Call 01342 325 952
There’s a lot we can learn from children when it comes to problem solving and creativity. They laugh, they experiment, they ask questions, they draw, they don’t care what other people think. They don’t see a right way and a wrong way. They’re playful.
- Somewhere along the line this gets educated out of us. We hit the workplace, sit at our computers and look serious.
- But such qualities can be useful in a commercial setting, where new ideas and strategies provide huge value.
Our Breakfast Tasters combine a fantastic breakfast in a central London location with some invaluable business learning and a chance to network.
It’s a highly-interactive chance to be a kid again and prove that, maybe, all this growing-up lark might be inhibiting our ability to consider and generate new ideas.
This part of the taster (yes, there is more) will be led by Harriet Frost whose background is in advertising and media and who now helps businesses “creatively problem solve”.
From problem to solution – session 2
Nick Cromwell, who has over twenty years’ experience in management and personal development, will also be presenting a session at this taster. An expert in leadership and management coaching, he’ll provide an introduction to coaching in a business context.
He’ll pass on tips on how you can help your colleagues create movement away from a problem towards a solution. His talk will be interactive and include tips on how to really listen.
More about Harriet Frost
Harriet is a seasoned media agency professional type and creative thinking & idea generation specialist. She set up Ignition at OMDUK and Manning Gottlieb OMD, running hundreds of workshops and coaching both agency and clients in how to deliberately think differently. She’s worked with organisations such as Gap, MGOMD, PHD, John Lewis, Channel 4, ITV, Telegraph Media Group, FremantleMedia and Thinkbox.
More about Nick Cromwell
Nick Cromwell is a highly experienced leadership and management coach and facilitator with experience across a variety of sectors. An Accredited Master Executive Coach and Assessor, he provides high level Supervision to other coaches.