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Teaching Old Fish New Tricks

Innovation Excellence

We used to assume that the world was flat. We used to assume that the sun orbited around the earth. We used to assume that it was impossible to go faster than the speed of sound. These assumptions were all … Continue reading → Innovation assumptions goldfish orthodoxies videos

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How travel can improve your creativity

Idea to Value

If there is one thing that I miss since the COVID Pandemic began, it is travel. Travel has always been a passion of mine, driving me to see landmarks at the edges of the world, meet new people and explore new cultures. And along the way, find out more about myself as well.

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6 Questions to Create Psychological Safety With Your Team

Game-Changer

What is something everyone needs to learn but few know how to do well? I was recently asked this question, and I responded: Listening to understand, not just to respond. Most people hear, but hearing is not the same as listening.

Episode 076: Are You a Consumer of Creativity?

Innovation in Practice

Do you want to become a more creative person? Well, of course you do. Otherwise, you wouldn’t be tuning into this podcast! So, the question remains: how can you become a more creative person? The key is to be a consumer of creative products, not just a generator of creative ideas.

Demystifying Intent Data to Drive Demand in B2B

Speaker: Ardath Albee, B2B Marketing Strategist and CEO of Marketing Interactions

Acting on intent data when applied to buyer context can be a game-changer for gaining attention by increasing relevance, which drives purposeful engagement toward purchase. But all intent data is not the same. In this webinar, learn the difference between interest and intent, and the best ways to use the right data.

Why a bad meeting culture affects the bottom line

Svava

Sitting through hours of unproductive meetings is one of the most energy-draining practices in modern workplaces. In 2017, the Harvard Business Review conducted hundreds of interviews with managers from several different industries, many stating that meetings caused them both stress and anxiety.