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Reinvention: Don’t Let The Chicken Drive The Bus
July 29 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Take control of your business fate. We will discuss how to solve your most paralyzing problems by unlocking a superpower we’re all born with: an innovative mindset.
“But I’m not creative.” Many of us have said it ourselves. But it’s not true. 98% of 4- and 5- year-olds test at the genius level for creativity, but only 12% of those same kids are still at a genius level by age 12. You were once that toddler and your innovative mindset is still with you, it’s just mostly dormant. Join creative genius Karl Gude, talent strategist Sarah Preisser, and creative director Camron Gnass as he moderates a FREE, virtual event to help you ignite your creativity and get your business moving in the right direction. In this two-part series, they’ll teach methods you can use on your own and with your teams to get over the paralysis hurdle and solve your toughest challenges.
- Do you feel like you’re not creative?
- Are you watching those around you adapt to the crazy times, wonder how they’re doing it and still feel stuck?
- Does your team keep coming to you with the same old, still not going to work, ideas?
- Are you unsure of where even to start in terms of tackling the changes that you might need to make in response to the changing world?
Join us for part one on July 29th at 1:30 pm to address these and more!
Meet the panel:
Sarah Preisser of Mindset Talent is a talent strategist and human-centered design practitioner who spent 21 years in the corporate world before founding Mindset Talent to bring Fortune 500 leading edge talent practices to small and mid-sized business, public sector, and non-profit sector clients.
Karl Gude of Gude Thinking is a creative-thinking adviser who was an award-winning instructor at Michigan State University teaching practical courses in how to jump-start creative thinking and innovation. For years, Karl was the Director of Infographics for Newsweek magazine and The Associated Press and is also an accomplished fine artist.
Camron Gnass of Traction is a former board member of SBAM. He’s spent 25 years leading his studio to create compelling brand strategy, design and communications for small businesses across the state. They repeatedly win industry awards and recognition in national design publications.