BUILDING A CREATIVE WORK CULTURE
Creativity/ Innovation Culture / Inclusive workspaces/ Creative safety for creative risks/ Entreprenuerial mindset/ Collaborative work culture/ Working through Unconcious Bias/ Maxismising Human Poetntial/ Adaptive workspaces/ Learning orgainisations
Building an organisational culture that not only values creativity but also empowers people to think creatively is the essential for a thriving organisation. An open culture which empowers its people to own their creativity, removes the stigma to failure by encouraging trials and errors, promotes cocreation and diversity is likely to create more opportunities for people to work on tasks with motivation and engagement. People are also more likely to explore new areas and try different approaches in a culture where they feel safe to express and validated for their contributions. This program is a combination of modules which takes the participants through a range of creative arts-based processes (inspired from theatre, visual arts, storytelling, poetry, free writing, song and movement) to experience how to cultivate a creative work culture across the organisation.
· Creating safe and diverse work environments- working through unconscious bias and practising inclusion
· Strengthening one’s personal creative confidence
· Co creating a courageous vision
· ‘Yes And’ Mindset to work collaboratively
· Practise a range of tools to brainstorm creatively
· Building learning communities within the organisation
Duration- Upto 16 hours spread over 6 modules
Madhu is one of the finest Improv coaches I have had the chance to interact with and learn from. Not every good player can be an equally good coach. In fact, many aren’t. Madhu is that rare breed of storyteller and actor who can transfer and impart her learning using the best coaching methods to help others accelerate their learning journeys. An actor who can teach, a storyteller who can coach, Madhu I am grateful that our paths crossed and I could learn from you.
Ameen Haque - Founder, Storywallahs