Creativity on Hand
Limited-time only! We are offering this session for $48, almost half the regular price of $88. Register now. We would love to have you join us.
The challenges life throws at you won’t wait for a creativity workshop or a strategic planning meeting. Learning how to find new and effective solutions in the heat of the moment is what “Creativity on Hand” is all about. This two-hour session will teach you a simple and repeatable method for creativity using common objects and materials you have on hand.
This course is co-created by Valary Oleinik and Jimbo Clark. It draws upon their years of experience in driving, inspiring and managing innovation in their own organizations, and for companies around the globe.
By the end of February, many of us are tired of winter and ready for something new, so I usually run the FUNuary challenge in February or March. But then I realized that any month can be FUNuary, so I've brought this program back by popular demand. It is a fun, quick, and quirky creative adventure. 20 Challenges with 1 Goal in mind. Be gameful, explore your creativity, and unleash some fun!
This year FUNuary is on a new platform with new bonuses and a very special price. Instead of the previous $97, you will only pay $21 if you register now. You will get an all-access pass complete with free upgrades and additional bonus content as it gets added to this ongoing program.
I will be running a rapid prototyping session to help you see how quickly you could get started gamifying learning solutions and get more engaging and effective results for your learners as an after hours session on May 12. If you would like to learn more about running a gamified design sprint, contact me and if you would like more details about the conference go to https://www.learningsolutionscon.com/.
What are people saying?
How is it possible that I left an hour-long session with (checks notes) more than 11 morsels for the mind? This was one of those rarified & distilled 'after-school specials' that will affect my practice for years to come. I immediately scanned my notes and sent them to the instructional leaders in my district after the session." Matthew Craig, Digital Fabrication Specialist, @choochupacabra
Valary didn't spend more time than was necessary to get us going. She welcomed us and eased into the objective, addressed a concept and got us talking, then led us on our merry way to work together. How she facilitated dialogue and helped generate ideas is the magic to her special sauce: it didn't feel like we were doing it -- we just did." Renard Boissiere, Jr., Educator, NOLA