Duration: 1 hour
Premium Members Price: $36
Having productive, creative, energizing conversations across social differences can be difficult but very rewarding-when they work. This webinar introduces the process of facilitating creative and collaborative conversations that work, by means of “putting something in the middle.”
Participants will learn:
- Steps in facilitating collaborative conversations
- How to use images and metaphors for creative dialogue
- Techniques for using CCL Explorer Tools such as Visual Explorer and Leadership Metaphor Explorer
- Techniques for creating artifacts from dialogue in support of enduring outcomes
Target Audience: Leaders, Coaches, & Trainers in any organization charged with organizational learning, leadership development or talent management.
David Horth is a Senior Designer and Subject Matter Expert in Innovation in Research and Product Development. He joined the Center in 1990. He is an innovative designer, facilitator, and coach, specializing in the confluence of design, innovation and leadership development. David led the designs of Leading Creatively; the Innovation Leadership Workshop - in collaboration with the design company, Continuum Coaching for Greater Effectiveness; Maximizing Leadership Potential; Leadership Fundamentals; and Leading Strategically. He was an SME on the team that designed Navigating Complex Challenges. David's innovative designs include leadership programs which feature Horse Whispering and Indy Car Racing. His fluency with the technical and administrative aspects of business, deep knowledge and practice of creativity processes, and his own creative and artistic flair combine to make David sought after as a unique keynote speaker, presenter, coach and workshop facilitator.
Charles J. Palus, Ph.D. is a senior faculty member in Research, Innovation & Product Development at the Center for Creative Leadership. As a collaborator in several cross-disciplinary research groups he studies leadership as a collective social process, with the key question: In what ways does a shift in perspective—from leadership as the capacity and actions of individuals, to leadership as a collective social process—yield better results for leaders, groups, teams, organizations, partnerships, coalitions, and communities? He is co-founder and manager of CCL Labs, a community-based innovation laboratory that prototypes products such as the Leadership Toolkit.
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