Develop your ability to be creative and respond to uncertainty in the workplace

Thriving in Uncertainty is for leaders, executives and managers, entrepeneurs, learning and development facilitators, trainers and educators, OD and HR practitioners, consultants, coaches and anyone who wants to bring more spontaneity, creativity, agilty and playfulness to their work or practice, for themselves and others.

An Experience You’ll Remember – Tools You’ll Use
If it’s improved communication, better collaboration, to be more agile and responsive, to tap into people’s  creativity, or simply to have a motivated and enthusiastic team, then we can offer some ideas and approaches that will help.

The ability to respond when the way forward is unclear is a key skill for business success during times of uncertainty and change.

Today’s successful workplace uses new approaches and thinking to tackle entrenched problems, and its people have the ability to develop and maintain relationships, are creative with limited resources, create new stories for the future, successfully collaborate, and are agile and responsive.

It’s not enough to just bring our brains to work. We need to access and apply our whole intelligence to problem-solving, creativity and innovation, especially in the face of global and local social and environmental issues.

This two-day event, hosted by Melbourne Playback Theatre Company and the Applied Improvisation Network. It will be held in Richmond, Melbourne at the Amora Riverwalk Hotel on July 12th and 13th, 2012.

BOOK NOW – numbers are limited and time is running out for early bird rates.

Want to know more? Call us on 0417 135 406 or email info@melbourneplayback.com.au

When I was in charge of producing various forms of innovation such as new legislation, new partnerships, new community engagement approaches, new carbon management approaches, etc [at a large government agency] someone said to me we were having success because I employed talented, young people who could cope with uncertainty.

I replied that it was a bit more than “being comfortable with uncertainty”; I actually sought talented, young people who “actively looked for uncertainty because they knew that is where the biggest opportunities for positive change exist”.

Terry A’Hearn

Director, Global Regulatory Innovation, WSP Environment & Energy, UK

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