For example when facilitating creative problem solving workshops it is very clear that when people are put into a physical environment which does not allow them space, such as a small room with a table, or when that space is very practical and worklike, such as a boardroom, there is little creativity happening and people revert to being logical and rational. (more…)
Barbara is an Executive Coach, leadership, and creativity facilitator with a passion for creative tools and writing about creativity and leadership.
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