People fear change, and many will go to great lengths to avoid it, even if it is necessary. Neuroscience research, as written about in Inc. Magazine, shows uncertainty registers in our brain much like an error does. It needs to be corrected before we can feel comfortable again, so we’d rather not have that hanging out there if we can avoid it. This course teaches leaders how to address stagnation in their organization and how to employ a strategic approach to addressing lack of innovation.

This course teaches a four-step process for leading an innovation session. Becoming a change leader and cultivating a shared responsibility for innovation of processes, procedures and creative new thinking can help leaders set the entire organization on a path destined for greatness in these sessions.

Use this course among all of your staff, particularly upper level management, in order to help facilitate everyone becoming agents of change in a dynamic, exciting new way.