Think from multiple perspectives

Using Edward De Bono’s book “Six Thinking Hats” as a basis, this problem creates an opportunity for participants to analyze problems from a point of view that they wouldn’t normally use.

Participants are immersed in the experience through the use of figurative and literal hats. Each activity will take participants out of their comfort zone by encouraging creative solutions and the perspectives that arise from leveraging different points of view. At program end, your participants will appreciate all the unique talents and solutions that diverse team members can bring to each organizational challenge.

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WHAT YOU GET

YOU WANT OWNERSHIP. SO YOU GET TOOLS FOR YOUR TEAM TO PRACTICE FIXING AND BUILDING WHATEVER THEY OR YOU WANT. AND PRACTICE MAKES PERMANENT. SO WHAT DO YOU WANT TO CHANGE PERMANENTLY?

PROGRAM IN ACTION

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