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So You Say You're Not Creative? How Creativity Can Make You a Better Leader

Host Dale Dixon talks with Creative Disruption Strategist Courtney Feider about what it means to be creative in the workplace and how creativity can make you a more valuable leader. Courtney is a leadership advisor and speaker with Price Associates. www.price-associates.com Follow Courtney @courtneyfeider

4 Commonly Overlooked Reasons Why Creative Leaders Succeed

By Courtney Feider, Fast Company, January 2016

Creativity Isn't Just for Artists Anymore

The Emerging Trend of Looking at Business from an Artist’s Perspective

When many of us hear the word “creative,” we so often envision artists and graphic designers. Yet there is a new undercurrent of thought emerging in the business world surrounding creativity and its impact for more than just branding and innovation.

Creative Insights Boost Performance

How can leaders improve their ability to have creative insights and breakthrough ideas that drive performance improvements? 

There’s tremendous pressure on leaders in organizations to improve performance, not only productivity but quality services and innovations as well.

3 Steps to Deepen Business Success

By Chris Stark, Strategy Magazine, July 2015

TCL Video Series: Creativity with Justin Foster

Tomorrow’s leaders will find that the pace of change makes the life span of a creative idea shorter, and fresh concepts will be continually needed to stay competitive. In this 4-minute video, Brand Strategist and The Complete Leader faculty member Justin Foster will share his thoughts on fostering a culture of creativity and how to develop it within yourself and your organization.

Creative Thinking: Innovation's Starting Point

creative thinkingCreativity in leadership is an often-underused competency. But even if you’re not operating in a traditionally “creative” industry, the benefits of innovation in any sector can’t be ignored. The truth is that creativity in business takes many forms—from the development of new or improved processes, to innovation in products and services, to general problem solving. 

The Do's and Don'ts of Creativity

Creativity is one of the most intrinsically rewarding endeavors we engage in.  Creativity requires a combination of innovation, inspiration, and a tremendous amount of hard work. It allows us to explore both the wondrous potential and the incredible detail of things. And let’s not forget that those little shots of dopamine that creativity releases in the rewards center of our brain…how could you not love that?

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The Role of Attention for Creativity

Read The Role of Attention for Creativity, Daniel Goleman, October  2013

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