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HR TRAINING 2019 - How to Harness and Collaborate with the Creativity of a Millennial without Exhausting yourselves

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Website https://www.trainhr.com/webinar/-702562LIVE?channel=ourglocal-oct_2019_SEO | Edit Freely

Category online training courses for hr professionals,online training programs for hr professionals, HR Training and Development

Deadline: October 10, 2019 | Date: October 10, 2019

Venue/Country: Online Event, U.S.A

Updated: 2019-08-13 20:15:10 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

The TrainHR Course is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider.

Overview:

Every thought we conjure is its own creation. It presents itself in the form of a simple idea. This idea has the potential to grow rapidly like wildfire.

From these ideas we produce magnificent structures, life-altering technologies, and a mind-boggling amount of art forms. What if we weren't ever able to play an instrument or we didn't excel in art class? Does that mean we can't possibly be a creative being? No. What if I break it down to the simplest form that I can. What if instead of focusing on building the biggest and greatest pieces of art, which are always up for interpretation, we focused on developing and constantly improving on ourselves? Why not allow creativity to flow through us more freely by opening ourselves to the idea of it? How do you start doing this? Consider this. How do you feel when someone makes eye contact with you and smiles? Hopefully it is a warm feeling, maybe it even drives you to slap on a smile as well. As the person who initiated that, they injected a small dose of joy into you which resulted in you flashing your smile. This is true across all age barriers.

This person was able to stir emotion within you and also caused you to take action by them simply smiling at you. They created that sensation. This is the rawest form of creation. Emotion. Even taking a small step like this will help boost your creativity.

The people around you will be more at ease and will be able to operate under more optimal conditions. Doesn't that sound like a more energizing atmosphere? One that, no matter the age of the individual, we can thrive in? If you have the ability to think for yourself you have the ability to be creative. It is that simple. There are many techniques that can be used to spark creativity. This creativity ignites change and produces results. These results will be obvious at work as well as at home.

Once you tap into your creative self you begin to see life from different perspectives. It's like wearing sunglasses with a blue tint and then switching to an orange tint. You see the world differently even if only for a brief moment. That brief moment is all it takes for an abundance of thoughts to come flooding in. Learn to harness these thoughts and how to express them to meet your goals, hit your marks, and change your lives.

Why should you Attend:

Did you know that solitude is where creativity lies? We each have the ability of expressing ourselves creatively. It's just a matter of getting to know ourselves. In today's world there may seem like there is no time to take to ourselves to reevaluate experiences and create original thoughts. We can be so caught up in our work, in social media, and in keeping up with the popular shows that we step away from our creative potentials.

I refuse to believe that anyone lacks the potential of being creative. What did you do as a child when presented with a hard no? You conjured up a new plan of attack and did your best to execute. Have you ever built a new world entirely made up in your head just to pretend like you can be an astronaut, an executive, or a mermaid? What happened to that beautiful imagination that we had when we were naïve children? Millennials and GenXers both have that experience. We both understand what it's like to have to simply go outside and entertain ourselves, albeit some of us more than others. The variation amongst individuals in itself contributes to the exponential amount of creativity we can harness.

If you believe that you were at one point creative and currently struggle with it you will find value here. If you have to lead a team and struggle with harnessing their creativity you will learn tips on sparking creativity. The creative process can be exhausting but it can and does provide magnificent results. Albert Einstein said that "creativity is intelligence having fun." Let's have some fun!

Areas Covered in the Session:

How to spark creativity from within

How to ignite creativity from your team

How to let your inner child free

Tips on hosting a brainstorming session

Who Will Benefit:

Consultants

Entry-level Positions

Executive Leaders

HR Professionals

Inters

Managers

Small Business Owners

Supervisors

Instructor:

Louis Engel was born and raised on a small island in the Caribbean called St. Maarten. His parents thought it was in his best interest if they sent him to boarding school in Canada. He completed the majority of high school at a boarding school in Ontario and then went on to pursue an Honors Specialization in Biology which was completed in 2013. After struggling to find a job his my field, which was required for permanent residency, he decided that his chances would improve if he was to receive further schooling. Louis enrolled in an online Clinical Trials Management program in 2015 and completed an internship in the field in 2016.

Event link: https://www.trainhr.com/webinar/-702562LIVE?channel=ourglocal-oct_2019_SEO

Contact Details:

NetZealous LLC, DBA TrainHR

Phone: +1-800-385-1627

Email: trainhr1@gmail.com


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