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Program Objectives: (1 of 2)
 Describe what creativity is . . .  Understand how the creative mind works.  Increase skills to increase your personal creativity.  How creativity leads to organizational success.

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Program Objectives: (2 of 2) Objectives
 Learn to foster organizational creativity.  Learn to use creativity as a team/group.  Learn how creativity will affect your future.

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A Challenge: Challenge
Please write a One Sentence Definition of CREATIVITY

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Definition: Definition

Webster’s Dictionary: Artistic or intellectual inventiveness Creativity involves the generation of new ideas Brings into existence something new.

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What Is Creativity? (1 of 9) Creativity
Describable and Satisfying:
 Novel: unique, new, innovative, different, imaginative, non-typical, unusual.  Useful: responds to a need, has some utility or value, answers a question.  Understandable: not the result of chance, reproducible. Through novel, creativity is describable and satisfying.
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What Is Creativity? (2 of 9)
Social Factors:
 Creativity is fostered by an environment.  Creativity must be valued by a community.  Creativity is shaped by those who evaluate it.

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What Is Creativity? (3 of 9)
Creativity Needs:
 Skill: Learned capacity or talent to carry out pre-determined results.  Talent: Natural endowments of a person.  Personality: Patterns of relatively enduring characteristics of human behavior.

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What Is Creativity? (4 of 8)
Intellectual Skills:
Humans have intellectual skills that allow them to have creativity . . .
 Choosing  Predicting  Interpreting  Translating  Recalling  Manipulating

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What Is Creativity? (5 of 9) Creativity
 Choosing: To select from a number of possibilities and pick by preference.  Predicting: To state, tell about, or make something known in advance, on the basis of special knowledge.  Interpreting: To explain and understand the meaning of something and to conceive the significance of it.

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What Is Creativity? (6 of 9)
 Translating: To transform something from one state to another.  Recalling: To remember and bring back to mind a previous subject or situation.  Manipulating: To handle, manage, or use (sometimes with skill) an object in a process or performance.

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What Is Creativity? (7 of 9) Creativity
Use Your Own Process: With these skills we are able to . . .
 select knowledge and use it toward a specific goal.  interpret communication and share it.  remember previous knowledge and use it skillfully.

Use 1 or more of the 6 intellectual skills to come up with a creative idea

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What Is Creativity? (8 of 9) Creativity
Creativity can come in different forms . . .  Scientific: inventions or medical cures.  Artistic/Musical: beautiful paintings,
sculptures, or songs. and poems.

 Creative Writing: novels, short stories,

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About This Product: Product
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142 slides include: understanding creativity as a human skill using mini systems and processes, the benefits of creativity, left and right brain thinking, blocks to creativity, organizational success through creativity, over techniques, methods, examples and exercises. There are 9 slides covering the definition of creativity, 10 slides on how creative mind works followed by 14 slides describing the process of creativity, creative people and their qualities. Within the first 43 slides you will discover connection between creativity and organizational success and ways to increase your personal creativity. In addition you will receive 19 slides of unique information about fostering organizational creativity, 23 slides covering management and group creativity as well as 11 slides about creativity and the future plus much more.

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