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Web Seminar: Yes You Can Use A Hammer for More Than Pounding in Nails: Maximizing your Creative Skill Development Tool

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Here's a web seminar that is being put on by one of our sister events, Innovation Immersion, that I thought our readers might be interested in. It is taking place on Thursday, August 20th from 2:00-3:00pm EDT.

About the webinar:
Adam and Eve probably had some creative thinking tools in the Garden Eden. The Egyptians, the Greeks, the Romans had them too. Lenny and Mickey during the 1500s had them. Vincent, Tom, Albert, Alex and Sid all had and created creative thinking tools. Today you can find creative thinking tools around the globe. They come in all colors of the rainbow. There are mental/intellectual tools, physical tools, emotional tools. There are individual tools, tools for pairs, teams, entire audiences or crowds Tools can be rational, systematic, holistic, playful and mind expanding. They can range from the serious to the silly to down-right strange or bizarre.

This 1/2 day session is designed to provide the participants with on going, fast to slow paced experience with a wide variety of creative thinking tools to use from messing around with challenges or dreams, finding facts, examining problems, generating a few ideas to thousands or millions of ideas, to selecting the best ideas to turning ideas into a successful plan.

Bring you tool belts, tool kits, tool boxes and learn a bunch more tools you can use immediately.

Three things you will get:

- experience using multiple types of tools
- exploration with tools to use in varied situations for specific purposes
- a virtual tool belt, tool kit, tool box bigger than they already have

Featured Speaker
Robert Alan Black, Ph.D., CSP

Date: Thursday, August 20, 2009
Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Find out more and register here: http://bit.ly/ygs5U
Use Priority Code: G1M118W2BLOG

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