Creative Problem-Solving Skills & Tools

Develop your creativity and thinking skills. Acquire the structured process and tools that increase your ability to engage in solving complex problems.

Complex problem solving, creative thinking, critical thinking and collaboration have all been identified as key 21st Century skills. However, the education system has failed at preparing employees to exercise these skills in the workplace.


In this training, team members will develop their thinking skills and creativity, and acquire the structured process and tools that increase their ability to engage in solving complex problems. This training includes the Creative Problem-Solving Tool Deck.


Learn creative problem-solving skills and tools that can be used to address everyday challenges as well as complex problems

Solve any problem and capitalize on opportunities by applying a repeatable process.

Develop the ability to identify the type of thinking most needed for each challenge. Do you need information and expertise or ideas and new options? Or, do you need to test potential solutions?

Create an environment that’s conducive to the whole team engaging in problem solving and innovative thinking.

Get in touch to book this training.

What to expect once you reach out to us

Within 24hr of hearing from you, we will follow up by phone or email to schedule a call with you. We like to understand our client’s unique situations and needs.

Once a date has been set for the training, we will ask you to share a specially-crafted message with participants. We like to get participants eager to learn and grow before they even arrive at the training.

Near the end of the training day we will engage the participants in a collaborative exercise designed to establish accountability after the training.

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