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2nd of a series of 3 webinars does for PureInsights in 2009

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2. RobertAlan Black, Ph.D., CSP Creative Thinking Styles: People, Places and Possibilities Through Processes Developing Creativity Traits & Tools in Individuals, Teams and Organisations 3. S.P.R.E.A.D. G.A.P.S. 4.

  • GIFT
  • ATTITUDE
  • PROCESSES
  • STRATEGIES

G.A.P.S. G A P S 5.

  • UPPORTING
  • ROMOTING
  • ECOGNIZING
  • NCOURAGING
  • PPLYING
  • EVELOPING

S.P.R.E.A.D. S P R E A D 6. Tools &Techniques Creative 7. Tools & Techniques Creative Where When Why Who What How ? 8.

  • SYSTEMS
  • TOOLS/TECHNIQUES
  • APPROACHES
  • METHODS
  • PROCESSES
  • STRATEGIES

S.T.A.M.P.S. S T A M P S 9. Impact of Creative Style on Tools 10. Creative Thinking Sessions 11. Creative Thinking Sessions 12. Creative Thinking Sessions 13. Creative Thinking Sessions 14. Creative Thinking SessionsWhether dozens or hundreds 15. Creativity/Idea Clubs Contests Crty/Innovatn Rooms Idea Meetings Idea Systems In-House Training Innovation Fairs Problem Solving Teams Rebel Groups-Unofficial Retreats Training Programs Workshops What Some Organizations Do 16. M n i Dd Herrmann Merrill McCarthy Fischer Lotas Kolb Gregorc Maccoby Mok Myers-Briggs SOLAT Kirton Style Instruments 17. Directive Negotiative Meditative Intuitive 18. i M Dd n i i i i i i n n n n n 19. M.I.N.D. Design TM .. Meditativefactualdetailedlogicalone focus at a time 20. M.I.N.D. Design TM . Intuitive mostly divergentuse hunches or guessesstrive for new ideasmany focuses/challenges at once 21. M.I.N.D. Design TM Negotiative personal/friendlyvery loyallike to enjoy workwork as spirit moves them 22. M.I.N.D. Design TM . Directive systematicpracticalorganizeddo scheduled or expected 23. M.I.N.D. Design TM .Meditativefactualdetailedlogicalone focus at a time . Intuitive mostly creativeuse hunches or guessesstrive for new ideasmany focuses/challenges at once Directive systematicpracticalorganizeddo what is scheduled or expected Negotiative personal/friendlyvery loyallike to enjoy what they are doingwork as the spirit moves them 24. M.I.N.D. Design TM Preferred Thinking Styles 25. http://www.cre8ng.com 26. 27.

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  • M - Meditative
  • uses facts
  • gives specific answer
  • works alone
  • thinks as a detective
  • explains in detail
  • questions everyone
  • calculates accurately
  • is very precise
  • thinks abstractly
  • uses logical thought
  • works step by step

M.I.N.D. Design TM Preferred Thinking Styles 28.

  • .
  • I - Intuitive
  • lots of ideas
  • imagination
  • sees or senses answers
  • gets solutions w/o facts
  • experiments often
  • pretends easily
  • sees patterns quickly
  • takes risks
  • very inventive
  • future thinker

M.I.N.D. Design TM Preferred Thinking Styles 29. M.I.N.D. Design TM Preferred Thinking Styles

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  • N - Negotiative
  • friendly
  • loyal to others
  • likes to work w/ people
  • always involves others
  • tends to be emotional
  • joiner
  • follower over leader
  • trustworthy
  • enjoys talking
  • adaptable to group

30. M.I.N.D. Design TM Preferred Thinking Styles

  • .
  • D - Directive
  • works step by step
  • is very practical
  • plans before acts
  • neat & organized
  • directs people
  • follows the rules
  • on time exactly
  • dependable
  • does things right way
  • wants correct answers

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  • M - Meditative
  • uses facts
  • gives specific answer
  • works alone
  • thinks as a detective
  • explains in detail
  • questions everyone
  • calculates accurately
  • is very precise
  • thinks abstractly
  • uses logical thought
  • works step by step
  • I - Intuitive
  • lots of ideas
  • imagination
  • sees or senses answers
  • gets solutions w/o facts
  • experiments often
  • pretends easily
  • sees patterns quickly
  • takes risks
  • very inventive
  • future thinker

M.I.N.D. Design TM Preferred Thinking Styles

  • N - Negotiative
  • friendly
  • loyal to others
  • likes to work w/ people
  • always involves others
  • tends to be emotional
  • joiner
  • follower over leader
  • trustworthy
  • enjoys talking
  • adaptable to group
  • D - Directive
  • works step by step
  • is very practical
  • plans before acts
  • neat & organized
  • directs people
  • follows the rules
  • on time exactly
  • dependable
  • does things right way
  • wants correct answers

32. Rational, logical, Analytical, individual Systematic, equations, Step-by-step, proven Intuitive, exploratory, Unknown, fanciful Fun, harmonious, Involving all, family/team Solo Convergently Divergent Systematically Convergent Organization Wholistically Divergent Family Solo/Team Divergent M. I. N. D. 33. 34. 35. M M&n M&i M&d I&m I&n i I&d N&m n N&i N&d D D&m D&n D&i 75% 50% 50% 25% 25% Conflict Potential between Different Styles 36. M.I.N.D. Design TM Creativity Profiles Four Basic Creative Thinking Styles

  • M - Rationally Innovative
  • Rational & Challenging
  • Continuously improving, refining what exists or systematically moving from the abstract to the concrete. Uses logic and rationale.
  • This is a deductive and reductive approach moving back and forth from the practical to the theoretical.
  • A style of a loner.
  • The style of a highly goal-oriented person who is most concerned with completing the challenge.
  • I Imaginative
  • Off-the-Wall
  • Creation of the new, the untried.
  • Blue sky, inspirational thinking & leading.
  • Uses hunches, guesses, approximations.
  • This is an exploratory, open-ended seemingly undisciplined approach that works from many potential solutions backwards more often then from the problem towards solutions, using multiple thinking and non-thinking approaches.
  • The style of a highly impatient person, loyal to the challenges and the process.
  • D Systematic
  • Conventional
  • Applying known theories and systems or equations to reuse previously proven solutions or problems.
  • This is a reductive approach using predominantly critique, judgment and argument.
  • Very organized and a step-by-step thinker
  • The style of a person highly loyal to an organization.
  • N - Joint Team
  • Communal & Harmonious
  • An exploratory, often accidental approach.
  • Generally feels a problem and its many potential solutions.
  • Generally this style prefers to work in teams to bounce ideas often off other accepting people/leaders.
  • A compromising style. The style of a person highly loyal to his or her team and the project or organization.

37. M.I.N.D. Design TM Creativity Profiles Four Basic Creative Thinking Styles

  • M - Rationally Innovative
  • Rational & Challenging
  • Continuously improving, refining what exists or systematically moving from the abstract to the concrete. Uses logic and rationale.
  • This is a deductive and reductive approach moving back and forth from the practical to the theoretical.
  • A style of a loner.
  • The style of a highly goal-oriented person who is most concerned with completing the challenge.
  • I Imaginative
  • Off-the-Wall
  • Creation of the new, the untried.
  • Blue sky, inspirational thinking & leading.
  • Uses hunches, guesses, approximations.
  • This is an exploratory, open-ended seemingly undisciplined approach that works from many potential solutions backwards more often then from the problem towards solutions, using multiple thinking and non-thinking approaches.
  • The style of a highly impatient person, loyal to the challenges and the process.