Greetings. As many of you know, I spend a lot of time giving presentations and leading seminars on innovation, creativity, and unlocking the real genius in people at all levels of companies and organizations. And I have a strong belief that all of us have the innate ability to be way more innovative simply by being a bit more curious and open-minded about a world around us filled with remarkable people and awesome ideas and possibilities. In fact, this notion is at the heart of my newest book “The Necessity of Strangers.” So I was delighted when David Burkus invited me to be one of 30 guest “experts” in the upcoming “Truth About Creativity” virtual conference that begins on June 2nd at a computer or mobile device near you.
In the conference you will have the chance to discover insights for enhancing your own creative ability and driving even greater innovation in your company or organization through a series of fun and engaging 30-minute video interviews. It promises to be a great learning experience that you can enjoy at your own pace and schedule.
You and your colleagues can sign up for this FREE (yes, FREE) event by simply following this link:
I hope to see you there! Virtually, that is. And then I’ll look forward to having the chance to follow up and compare notes afterwards.
And please feel free to share this link with any and all of your closest friends, colleagues, family members, neighbors, the folks on your softball team, the other parents on your childrens’ soccer and swimming teams, and even some total and partial strangers who might benefit from some of the latest thinking about innovation.