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Take one part creative leader, two parts dynamic educator and groundbreaking author and what do you get? Ladi Terry! Ladi brings her 20+ years of experience  in higher education and creative leadership to each of her endeavors, and they are many. She is founder and director of Creative Indiana, an initiative affiliated with a national movement bringing creative thinking and problem solving to the decision making table. Her commitment to Creative Indiana has also paved the way for the IDEAS Network–monthly gatherings where participants engage and help non-profits generate new ideas and directions for their organizations while gaining competency in the creative process.  Ladi launched (CTLC), the Creative Thinking & Leadership Center, in April 2014 in order to offer on-going training opportunities to the community.

From non-profits to educational institutions to small businesses, Ladi has assisted a diverse range of organizations. These include:  The Venue, My Sister’s Closet,  Farmer House Museum, Employment Plus, MoCoTiCo,  Avenues Realty Indiana University, Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana Coalition of the Arts, Community Foundation, Middle Way House, Bloomington Area Arts Council,  Monroe County Parks and Recreation, Bloomington Parks & Recreation, Options for Better  Living, and RENEW Center.

Ladi’s Masters degree in Creativity & Change Leadership from the International Center for Studies in Creativity led her to originate the Power of Engagement Model© and PECOH survey, both of which lead employers to a vibrant solution-oriented workplace and reduced turnover. Her innovation/creativity workshops offer businesses improved job satisfaction and growth in net income. For individuals, her workshops lead to new directions and better life satisfaction and for start-ups a clear path to clarify and actualizing a vision.

A dynamic speaker and empathetic teacher, Ladi is seasoned at integrating positive change in both businesses and non-profits resulting in elevated performance and goal attainment.  Ladi published her first book, Celebrate the Messengers (Don’t Shoot Them!) © in 2011 which is the prototype for her workshop series.




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