Creativity is THE future business skill.
As we rely more on machines to make decisions, humans will need to supply what machines cannot: Creativity. That’s why in the 2016 World Economic Forum report, Creativity as a skill set moved from number 10 in 2015 to number three in 2020.
Leaders must learn not to stifle creativity, allow time for experimentation and resource the ability to problem solve through curiosity, imagination, innovation and expression of ideas. It's what gives humans the competitive advantage.
Protect the future not the past – your job as a manager in a creative environment is to protect new ideas from those who don’t understand that in order for greatness to emerge, there must be phases of not-so-greatness. Ed Catmull, co-founder of Pixar
Emma shares her experience of driving a creative team culture and the challenges and benefits that brings. In a brave and authentic keynote Emma shares practical advice along with her insights and experiences that will help you prepare for the future ways of working by unleashing creativity innovation, problem solving, persuasion and collaboration in your organisation.