Posts Tagged ‘creativity tools’

Success Work & Code & Key Escape Rooms: Connecting, Engaging, Problem Solving & Collaboration

Finding clues … Solving problems…What can they tell us about our thinking skills?
Creative Problem Solving (CPS) is the code and the key you need to solve the challenges of today to arrive at success tomorrow! Understanding our strengths and limitations gives us the keys to our own future success.

Ladi Terry 2017 Keynote Speaker at Genesee Community College Creativity Conference

Ladi Terry was the Keynote speaker at “The Future of Creativity Conference” held at Genesee Community College in Upstate N.Y. on April 18, 2017.  She is the founder and President of Success Work! & Founder /Executive Director of Creative Indiana.   Ladi set the foundation for creative thinking and its application in building/developing communities of the future. She …..

HOW WE ARE ALL CREATIVE, BUT WE THINK DIFFERENTLY

Understanding and identifying our creative thinking preferences is vital to success. Once we uncover our thinking preferences, we have a clearer guide to the types of thinking we are best at and where we can shine.  But the kinds of thinking we don’t use, is often even more vital in helping us to reduce conflict, build …..

ENTREPRENEUR STARTER – Spark your own Success!

A majority of new businesses fail in the first three years because their ideas aren’t unique or unrivaled, and over optimism ignores obstacles.

LOCAL NON-PROFIT BENEFITS FROM HOSTING I.D.E.A.S NETWORK

“We were met with wonderful community participants who helped us come up with ideas to name our next event! If your group or business is looking for a fun, imaginative, and engaging way to work out a problem or find a solution, I would highly recommend working with Ladi Terry of Creative Indiana and Success Work. A very nice resource for networking and problem-solving solutions in the community.” – Sandy Keller, My Sister’s Closet

LOCAL BUSINESS BENEFITS FROM HOSTING I.D.E.A.S NETWORK

Creative Indiana thanks The Venue for hosting our very first IDEAS Network !  The challenge Dave Coleman threw out to the Network was: Challenge: How to get the right people aware and bring them into The  Venue? Dave Coleman, co-owner of the Venue with son Gabe, had this to say about the experience and outcome: …..