By the turn of the 21st century the reality of the accelerating pace of change is sinking in. Learn how to better confront change with creativity.
During this webinar we will offer
• Various insights into different levels of change
• Five tips to boost your creativity
and you will be invited to share your ideas on the challenge:
In what ways might work change as a result of the coronavirus crisis?
This 60-minute webinar is free and open to everybody. It will be held in English through the ZOOM platform. Connect online with a computer or other device with video and audio 5-10 minutes beforehand. You may prompted to download the ZOOM app.
To register please click here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FYeyQ2ZxRZycHbKzx3mJEw
World Creativity and Innovation Week is an international community dedicated to seizing the infinite creative potential that awaits us every day. Its purpose is to encourage people to use new ideas, make new decisions, and take new steps towards making the world, and your place in it, better through creativity.
WCIW begins on Leonardo da Vinci’s birthday, April 15th, as an homage to his revolutionary vision. Founded in 2001 by creativity expert and Canmore resident Marci Segal, the celebration has now flourished to people celebrating in over 50 countries every year - in their businesses, schools, associations, organizations, communities and homes. The UN has recognized April 21st, the last day of this week, as World Creativity and Innovation Day.