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Creating Teams
Creatively

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Creative Team Work 

Helping people become ‘unstuck’ in their thinking is often one of the biggest challenges for leaders and managers.  

 

Most ‘stuck’ problems need something different to happen to break the deadlock and this means giving others the opportunity to find new ways of looking at the issue.

 

The challenge is knowing what needs to happen. Einstein famously commented ‘You don’t solve problems with the same thinking that created them.’

Which is why we help leaders use easy and creative ways to break the deadlock in their own thinking and those of others by using techniques that switch-on and empower the right, creative-side of the brain.

 

Then everyone can be involved in finding new ways to solve problems and become part of a trusting and productive team.

Creative Team Work is a ChrisLin Method developed by Christina Bachini and Lindsey Wheeler to help leaders and managers develop their teams, unravel years of discomfort and misalignment and build a team who want to work and grow together.

Creative Team Work uses creative ways to engage the team in exploration about what it means to be a member of your particular team in a safe and exciting way that ensures everyone is involved, heard, and part of the result. 

 

  • Teams use the concept of metaphor unravel the current team dynamics is a safe and engaging way

  • Identify what's working and what's not working at a team and individual level

  • Use the metaphor to explore options and opportunities

  • ​Practice giving and receiving feedback

  • Learn how to ask questions that move the individual or collective thinking along

  • Learn how to empower themselves to find solutions rather than waiting for others to 'rescue' the situation 

  • Learn how to use alternative ways, other than the spoken word, to surface new ideas, insights and perspectives

For more information please contact Christina on 

07970 745356‬

christina@awakeningcreativity.co.uk

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