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Creativity at Work: Why Creative Thinking Matters and How to Tap It
Are you hitting challenges in your business because traditional methods and strategies aren’t working anymore?

Are there areas of your business where you need to “think outside the box”?

Is your business doing well, but you’re feeling creatively starved?

Do you want to see new opportunities and resources for your business?

As Albert Einstein once said, to solve fundamental problems, we need to go beyond the thinking that created them. The same is true for growing our business—to evolve our work, we need to be able to see beyond our current mindset, and our current systems and methods. Business owners often get trapped in formulas and those formulas can become limiting.

For those who are pioneering new things, traditional goal-setting methods simply don’t work. As pioneers we need to go deeper, because our next steps don’t come from handy formulas. They come from aligning with the Deep Creative and following our own inner guidance. Please join us.

• see your current business (or an issue within your business) from a different, more expansive perspective

• discover opportunities and resources that weren’t available to you before

• learn a method for tapping into your own creative source

Business owners at any level can benefit from this event, as well as people who are considering starting a business.

Presented by Kim Hermanson, PhD, an author and coach who currently serves as adjunct faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She has taught at Meridian University, Sophia Center at Holy Names University, University of California Berkeley, and the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and she has led seminars at Esalen Institute. Kim’s books include: Getting Messy: A guide to taking risks and opening the imagination and Sky's the limit/

Jun 20, 2018 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Kim Hermanson, PhD
Creativity Author, Coach and Educator
Kim currently serves as adjunct faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute. She has taught at Meridian University, Sophia Center at Holy Names University, University of California Berkeley, and the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology and she has led seminars at Esalen Institute. Kim’s books include: Getting Messy: A guide to taking risks and opening the imagination and Sky's the Limit.