Have you ever wondered what happens in your brain when you get a new idea, or why some people are more creative than others? Drawing on extensive research in neuroscience, the Copenhagen Institute of NeuroCreativity is providing new insights and understanding into what creativity actually is and how it works.
This fascinating event with a special guest speaker from the Copenhagen Institute of NeuroCreativity offers an opportunity to delve deeper into the underlying theory of creativity and how to apply it practically in the real world. The event will also explore how to use creativity to bolster problem-solving and idea-generation abilities in the workplace.
Participants will learn how to recognize their natural creative thought patterns and creative processes, and will be exposed to helpful tools to explore their ability to think creatively.
Morten Friis-Olivarius, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Copenhagen Institute of NeuroCreativity
Courtney Amo, Executive Faculty Member, Canada School of Public Service