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Become an Innovation Powerhouse: Simplexity Thinking Training (21-23 Oct)

October 21 @ 9:00 am - October 23 @ 5:00 pm

Learn how to innovate and collaborate more effectively with Simplexity Thinking


Join us for a rare opportunity to train with the creators of Simplexity Thinking and learn how to make your team an innovation powerhouse. Relied upon by major global organisations such as P&G, Simplexity Thinking enables leaders at any level to foster better collaboration in their teams and nurture innovative and creative approaches to problem-solving.


Why the Simplexity Thinking System?


The Simplexity Thinking System is the “innovation engine” of the organisation. It interconnects a process of creative problem solving with skills and tools to make that process work. The system is simple, experiential, inclusive… and is proven to work.




  • Learn the key thinking skills that drive creativity and innovation.




  • Assess your personal innovation style and investigate ways it can be enhanced through the application of Simplexity Thinking.




  • Learn how to be an effective facilitator, team leader and participant in a meeting.




  • Learn to design effective meetings resulting in shared ownership and well-defined implementation plans.




  • Improve the way your organisation utilises teams.




  • Learn to move a team from “storming” to “high performing”.




Workshop one: Exploring Simplexity – 21 October


Workshop one is both a mind awakening experience as well as a learning/skills development workshop. Exploring the language of innovation involves learning individual and group innovation skills at a team level, both tools and behaviours). This workshop will help teams innovate and work together in a more inclusive way, faster and more effectively.


Participants experience the art and science of creative problem-solving and learn about their individual styles. Like all Basadur workshops, this session is very interactive and designed around the concept of learning by doing. The skills learned are general skills in innovation processes. Participants are able to apply these skills to any problem or challenge throughout the life of the project and beyond.


Timing: Monday 21st October, 9 am to 5 pm


Cost to attend: £495 + VAT (includes breakfast, lunch and drinks and snacks throughout the day)


Workshop two: Understanding the Innovation-Transformation Process – 22 October


Building on the logic of Workshop One the purpose of Workshop Two is to increase your understanding of innovation/strategic problem solving/transformation process and to build your skills in using it in your day-to-day work. Emphasising the importance of discovering opportunities for improvement in products, processes, teamwork, and implementation of innovative solutions to real challenges these skills are applicable to all aspects of the innovation spectrum. Applied, these skills increase the ongoing productivity of workgroups and cross-functional teams by synchronising the knowledge, imagination, judgment and evaluation skills within a proactive problem-solving framework.


Prerequisite: Workshop One.


Timing: Tuesday 22nd October, 9 am to 5 pm


Cost for Workshop One and Two: £1200 + VAT (includes breakfast, lunch and drinks and snacks throughout the day)


Workshop three: Innovation-Transformation Leadership Skills – 23 October


The purpose of Workshop Three is to further increase the depth of your innovation process-related skills. You will learn to lead small groups, teams and individuals through the innovative thinking/strategic problem-solving process. In increasing demand, such skills are applicable to all kinds of strategic and organisational problem-solving.


Prerequisite: Workshops One and Two.


Timing: Wednesday 23rd October, 9 am to 5 pm


Cost to attend all 3 days: £1900 + VAT (includes breakfast, lunch and drinks and snacks throughout the day)


Who should attend?




  • Leaders wanting to develop strong facilitation skills.




  • Individuals and team leaders wanting to ‘jumpstart’ important projects in their organisation.




  • Executives and managers interested in mainstreaming innovation into strategic planning and high-level decision-making.




  • Team leaders and facilitators looking for a proven process which emphasises collaboration and creativity.




  • Managers, supervisors and professionals wanting to build successful teams.




  • Executives searching for an “innovation machine” for their organisation.




 


FAQs


 


Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?


Your ticket is transferrable, but you must let us know the name of the person who is coming in your place by Thursday 17th October.