Invoking Innovation in Others
Innovation is "in" these days. The word is on the lips of every CFO, CFO, CIO, and anyone else with a three-letter acronym after their name. As a result, many organizations are launching all kinds of "innovation initiatives" -- hoping to stir the creative soup and differentiate themselves from the competition. This is commendable. But it is also, too often, disappointing. Why? Because too much attention is being paid to process and too little attention is being paid to people and the art of fostering the kind of organizational culture that is the wellspring of innovation.
Participants in this groundbreaking workshop will have an engaging, hands on opportunity to think deeply about change, creativity, commitment, and what they can do, within the next 90 days, to jump start a sustainable culture of innovation within their respective spheres of influence.
What Our Clients Say
"Colorful... thought provoking... intriguing... exhilarating... excellent... effective."
Graeme Crawford, Chairman, Institute of Management Studies, Scotland
"I have used several consultants to address the topic of innovation. Mitch Ditkoff differs from most in that he stresses not only personal innovation, but also developing innovation in others. If you want to present the topic of innovation in an innovative way, Mitch is your man!"
Mike Godwin, Chairman, Institute of Management Studies, Dallas/Fort Worth
"The responses to your Ingenious Leadership seminar were unanimously positive. The difference between your seminar and others I have seen is that you go beyond the hypothetical. Every participant noted that, as a result of the seminar, they had something concrete to work with the very next day."
Bernard Berkein, Chairman, Institute of Management Studies, Belgium
"I especially like the way you challenge participants to personally internalize the concepts you are teaching. The overall ratings for your session were far above the average for Amsterdam."
Giep Franzen, Chairman, The Dutch Institute for Management Studies
The Four Currents of a Culture of Innovation
Cultivating a Culture of Innovation
What Our Clients Say About Us