If you’re looking for some interesting ways to build a creative company culture, even during these difficult times, then we have the right information for you.
Pamela Hogle has put together a great article for Learning Solutions Magazine called ‘Creativity Culture Leads Companies to Thrive Despite Challenges.’ Pamela has pieced together some fantastic reports and articles from the likes of Forrester, Human Capital Trends, Forbes and many more to help push organizations to understand that a culture that nurtures creativity and promotes continuous learning can be resilient and thrive.
Pamela is an experienced journalist, technical writer and eLearning content developer with a Masters degree in journalism. Her work focuses on the latest eLearning technology and trends, as well as the ways that learning and development professionals can lead changes in mindset and behavior throughout their organizations.
Her interesting article focuses on some key elements:
- Creativity is an element of resilience
- Innovative companies outperform their peers
- Rewarding curiosity and creativity
- Engage in goal-setting
- Challenge what you know
- Encourage brainstorming
“While some may argue that you cannot teach creativity, evidence suggests otherwise. Learning and development professionals identified creativity as the most in-demand soft skill in 2019 and 2020. These leaders recognize that navigating a “new normal” of working and learning, within a rapidly changing economic and technological landscape, demands creativity. Learning leaders who understand the value of a creative workforce can guide their organizations’ training strategies and planning in essential directions. The ability to tap into creativity and harness it for personal, professional, and organizational benefit is a skill that sets innovative individuals—and their organizations—apart and equips them to lead.”
Click the link below to find out more on how to nurture a creative company culture at your business and help take your business to the next level, no matter the circumstances.