Getting More Creativity Out Of Creative Thinking

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Break out of your rut with creative thinking!

  • Learn to rethink traditional brainstorming.

  • Develop fresh ideas.

  • Create a new methodology for reenergizing your creativity.



Ironically, as people whose jobs are all about coming up with new ideas and concepts, we often find ourselves stuck in a rut when it comes to generating new ways to conceive ideas or to solve a client’s marketing or business problem.

What Will You Learn

  • How to learn other methods for brainstorming
  • How to rethink your creative idea sessions to have more impact
  • How to discuss creative ideas with a team effectively
  • How to develop fresh ideas

Who Should Attend

  • Account Managers
  • Business leaders
  • Creatives and Non-Creatives
  • Staff across all agency disciplines and at every level of experience for solving client business and marketing problems, and for contributing truly fresh, new ideas

Course Description

This course, designed for all agency disciplines, demonstrates why traditional creative brainstorming doesn’t work, and introduces a much more effective method — based on the latest research in brain science — for developing all kinds of fresh ideas, both within groups and individually. You’ll walk away feeling confident in your ability to get the creative energy flowing. Gone are the days of stale ideas!

About the Thought Leader


  Gary Duke is Partner & Chief Talent Officer at Wild Blue Yonder, where he designs and leads training programs for creative
  companies looking to enhance the leadership, creative thinking, and strategic and communication skills of their employees. He
  applies more than 25 years of ad agency and client-side experience to every training session, infusing learning theory with practical 
  real-world knowledge.


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