How Leaders Learn To Boost Creativity In Teams: Innovation Catalysts Hardcover – 29 Jan 2019
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A book that is both engaging and inspiring! Reading through the common pitfalls and mistakes to avoid, I started to realise why some of the workouts failed to achieve their intended goals. This book is a must read for those who need creativity and innovation to meet their everyday challenge.--Bo Hu, Product Quality Director, Greater China, GE Healthcare
--Peter Macdonald, Director, HR Centres of Excellence, Engie, UK and Ireland
An excellent overview of the relevant research is given, however the subject is really brought to life by numerous practical examples from a broad range of environments and contexts. Also provides an intriguing insight on leadership itself and what it means to be a leader in a rapidly changing world.
A powerful new guide for senior leaders, students and anyone wishing to build their teams' creative capabilities. This book provides a clear framework and roadmap, drawing on the latest thinking in psychology, business and creativity. Throughout, the book is highly engaging and entertaining, and a real pleasure to read. I will be using it with my students and executive clients, and I recommend it enthusiastically.--Alex Reeve, Lecturer and Consultant. Ashridge Executive Education, Hult International Business School
--John Bessant, Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Exeter
Built around a core model of strategically aligning, building capability, creating a supportive climate and encouraging diversity, it presents a valuable set of tools for unlocking creativity. Clearly structured and well-written, the book ought to be on the shelves of anyone wishing to catalyse innovation within their organization.
It is a book of its time, integrating research and practice to both inform and remind the reader of the practical steps that can be taken in creating an environment conducive to creative thinking and innovation. The use of case studies from the private, public and educational sectors illustrates that leaders can develop the influencing skills needed to empower their team's creativity in the context of social and technical changes.--Richard Smale, Director of Transformation, NHS
--Lisa Jones,Talent Development Senior Manager, EY LLP
This book gives us hope, to know that as leaders we have the ability to create the right environment and be able to leverage a model which will foster creativity and enable innovation to thrive! A well-timed book which will resonate with anyone who needs to support their businesses to develop novel and adaptive thinking and redefine what it means to have everyday creativity and innovation.
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