Creative Thinking Skills Course in Singapore
Creative Thinking Skills Course in Singapore
Often, we hear the phrase “think outside the box” when faced with a challenge—to make new ideas, to solve a problem. Creative thinking engages the mind to look at something behind new glasses. This involves a mindset that is not afraid to explore the unorthodox, even unusual, ways and come up with ideas that astound everyone.
It is not unusual to hear individuals claim that they are not creative. The reality is that most of us do not understand the ways that we are creative daily. Whether it be stretching a tight budget at work or deciding whom to get on board to a project launch, there is a great deal of creativity required in achieving success in business. Increasing creativity and innovation takes training, and honing creative skills is a process.
This Creative Thinking Skills workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Creative Thinking Skills.
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The ideal group size for this Creative Thinking Skills course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Creative Thinking Skills workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course objectives of our Creative Thinking Skills course
- Understand your own creativity.
- Improve their your creative environment.
- Describe the importance of creativity and innovation in business.
- Employ problem-solving steps and techniques.
- Apply individual and group techniques to further generate creative ideas.
- Execute creative ideas.
Below is the list of course content of our Creative Thinking Skills course
Creative Thinking Course- Part 1: Course Overview
Creative Thinking Course- Part 2: What Is Creativity and Innovation?
· Creativity and Innovation: A Breakdown
· Know Your Creative Potential
Creative Thinking Course- Part 3: Individual Creativity
· Know Yourself
· Boost Your Creative Juices
Creative Thinking Course- Part 4: Get Creative
Creative Thinking Course- Part 5: Developing the Right Environment for Creativity
· What Does a Creative Environment Look Like?
· Build Your Creative Environment
Creative Thinking Course- Part 6: Creativity and Innovation in Business
· The Function of Creativity and Innovation in Business
· The Birth of the Four Seasons: A Case Study
Creative Thinking Course- Part 7: Where Does Creativity Fit Into the Problem-Solving Process?
· Problem-Solving Models
· Phase One
· Phase Two
· Phase Three
Creative Thinking Course- Part 8: Defining the Problem
· Problem Identification
· Eight Essentials to Defining a Problem
· Tie It All Together
· Using the Power of Eight
Creative Thinking Course- Part 9: Creative Techniques
· Creative Thinking Technique 1: The RAP Model
· Creative Thinking Technique 2: The Shoe Swap Technique
· Creative Thinking Technique 3: Walk A Mile
· Creative Thinking Technique 4: Using Mind Mapping
· Creative Thinking Technique 5: Map It Out!
· Creative Thinking Technique 6: Metaphors and Analogies
· Creative Thinking Technique 7: Make a Metaphor
· Creative Thinking Technique 8: Situation/Solution Reversal
· Creative Thinking Technique 9: Reverse It to Solve It
· Creative Thinking Technique 10: Bring on the Toys!
· Creative Thinking Technique 11: Draw It Out!
Creative Thinking Course- Part 10: Encouraging Creativity In A Team
· Plan It Out!
· Act It Out!
· The Stepladder Technique
· The Slip Writing Technique
Creative Thinking Course- Part 11: Putting It All Together
· About Nancy Clue and the Case of the Software Upgrade
· Create Ideas and Choose Your Solution
· Recommended Reading List
· Post-Course Assessment
· Pre- and Post-Assessment Answer Keys
· Personal Action Plan
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Creative Thinking Skills course
Creative Thinking Skills Learner’s Guide
Creative Thinking Skills Key Takeaways Notes
Creative Thinking Skills Essentials Ebook
Creative Thinking Skills Course Handouts
Creative Thinking Skills 30-Day Action Plan
Creative Thinking Skills MindMaps Pack
Creative Thinking Skills PPT Slides Used During Course
Creative Thinking Skills Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Creative Thinking Skills E-Learning Course
Creative Thinking Skills Online Video Course
Creative Thinking Skills Essentials Audiobook
Creative Thinking Skills Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Creative Thinking Skills training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Creative Thinking Skills training course.
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Post Training Support: A vast majority of training does not have any effect beyond 120 days. To work, training has to have a strong pre- and post-training component. Post-training reinforcement helps individuals to recall the understanding and ask questions.
Blended Learning: Learning does not occur in the classroom. Virtually everybody prefers distinct ways of learning. Successful learning should have a multi-channel, multi-modal strategy.
We Understand The Industry: We’ve got a profound comprehension of the business, business design, challenges, strategy and the that our participants are in and have designed the courseware to cater to their professional needs.
Course Content: Knowles Training Institute’s material is relevant, of high quality and provide specific learning results. Participants will leave the training course feeling as they have gained a strong understanding and will also be in a position to execute what they have learned sensibly.
Course Development — The workshop modules follow a systematic and logical arrangement. This structure helps to ensure that the course material allows the facilitators to deliver the course in a logical arrangement. Consider the subjects as building bricks into learning, our facilitators slowly build towards a comprehensive picture of this entire topic.
A way of studying at problems or situations from a brand-new perspective that suggests unusual solutions. Creative thinking can be spurred both by an unstructured method such as brainstorming and by a structured method such as lateral thinking.
Creative thinking is a valuable skill for. It’s necessary because it helps you study problems and circumstances from a radical perspective. Creating thinking is a way to produce novel or unorthodox solutions that do not depend completely on past or current solutions.
Samples of creative thinking skills cover problem-solving, writing, and open-mindedness. To show your creative thinking skills on a resume , don’t just list them: try to provide real-life examples of how you used them.
Creative thinking is a way of studying at problems or circumstances from an original perspective to consider of something new or innovative. Critical thinking is the logical, consecutive disciplined method of rationalizing, explaining, assessing, and evaluating information to make knowledgeable judgments and decisions.
4 (Four) Ways To Tell If You’re Creative
- Your Mind Has an Associative Orientation.
- You Hunger for Originality.
- You’re Highly Motivated.
- You’re Ambitious.
The things that make a person creative is the way a they think. A person is creative by their abilities, like how someone thinks and doesn’t have a troublesome time relating to people . Most people have a strong urge to fit in. A person is more creative when they want to solve problems.
Being creative helps you grow to be a better puzzle solver in all areas of your life. Creativity enables you to see things creatively and better deal with uncertainty. Studies show that creative people are better able to exist with risk because they can adapt their thought to allow for the flow of the unknown.
Research conclusions on the advantages of the power of creativity found that creativity helps in developing divergent thinking, thinking about many several ways to resolve a problem. It uses ideas and features in a way that can be implemented for a culturally positive purpose.
Creativity is the act of using new and imaginative ideas into existence. Creativity is characterized by the capability to observe the world in new ways, to find hidden designs, to make links between seemingly unattached phenomena, and to generate solutions.
Thinking skills are the thoughtful activities you use to prepare knowledge, make connections, make arrangements, and create innovative ideas. You use your thinking skills when you are trying to gain sense of experience, solve dilemmas, make arrangements, ask inquiries, make plans, or organize information.
If he or she can stretch his or her imagination into something valuable or something that satisfies people, or if the person can think of a visual quickly and able to perform it then he or she is creative.
Many artists come in the world brimming with enthusiasm and natural creativity and become artists after trying other duties.
Tests to know if you are creative:
- Guilford’s test of Divergent Thinking
- Remote Associates.
- Torrance Test of Creative Thinking
- Artistic-Assessment Tests.
- Self-Assessment Tests.
Creativity is the capacity of a person or organization to make something unique and useful or helpful or the method of making something original and serviceable or valuable. It occurs in all areas of life – medicine, art, research and musicology. As a personal ability, it is challenging to measure.
A creative person can be called an innovator, or a creator of new ideas.
Benefits Of Creative Thinking:
- Creativity is Multidisciplinary.
- Creativity enables you to reveal yourself.
- Creativity encourages thinking and problem-solving.
- Creativity decreases stress and anxiety.
- Creativity enables you to enter your happy zone and have fun.
- Creativity gives you a knowledge of purpose.
- Creativity can lead to feelings of achievement and pride.
Characteristics of Creative Thinkers
- Wide Range of Interests.
- Connection Seeking.
Ways To Stimulate Creative Thinking:
- Develop content content that’s outside your comfort zone.
- Write a 1,000 word article with no topic.
- ttEat differently.
- Do the “No Bad Ideas Brainstorming” exercise.