Brainstorming Using Disney Creativity
We all want to turn dreams into reality. Transforming creative thinking into a concrete business plan is a common challenge many team leaders face daily. This course enables you to:
i. Confidently facilitate sessions with team to create a flow of creative yet realistic and viable ideas for generating new possibilities or problem-solving.
ii. Generate well-thought-out concrete execution plans for success and turn your inner critic into a powerful ally.
iii. Identify your team members’ predisposition as a Dreamer, Realist and Critic, and balance the power of all 3.
Who Should Attend
Managers, executives and team leaders, who want to improve their effectiveness in brainstorming for problem solving, new idea development or any other creative thinking process.
For decades, people have used brainstorming to generate ideas, and to come up with creative solutions to problems. However, group problem solving can often be undermined by unhelpful behavior. And if starting with a structured and analytical process, this can lead a group to develop limited and unimaginative ideas. Hence striking the right balance between dreaming big and getting to the details of action plan is crucial to keep up with the pace of the fast changing business world. In this workshop you will acquire a set of proven tools which are modeled from the genius of Walt Disney, who excelled in making the impossible probable, to facilitate fruitful brainstorming sessions to push the boundaries and bringing the team performance to a new height.
|Introduction||• Overview understanding of the Disney Creativity Strategy and its history and slight edge
• “Mind and body are 1” – understanding our physiology and mental patterns
|3 Thinking Styles||• Dreamer, Realist and Critic
• What’s your dominant style? What are your team members’ styles?
|Application in Brainstorming (through role play)||• Choosing the right environment
• Adjusting physiology and mental patterns
• Asking the right questions and chunking the right way
• Moving from one style to another Knowing when to close the loop
|Moving forward||• Reframing technique for conflict arises Acknowledgement for all|