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  • 1. CREATIVITY Presented By : Mansoor hussain Kamil iqbal Furqan ahmed chohan Muhammad daniyal
  • 2.
    • However, we can prepare the optimum environment for seeds to grow: likewise we can create the optimum environment for creativity to flourish.
    • People cannot be taught to be creative any more than seeds can be taught to grow.
  • 3.
    • Definitions of Creativity
    • in producing or bringing about something partly or wholly new;
    • in investing an existing object with new properties or characteristics;
    • in imagining new possibilities that were not conceived of before;
    • and in seeing or performing something in a manner different from what was thought possible or normal previously.
  • 4. Are You Creative ?
    • I'm not creative because I can't sing or play a musical instrument.
    • I am not an Artist like Michael Angelo of Beethoven.
    • I am not creative because I am not Strategic or Brilliant.
    • No, I am not a Genius like Einstein.
  • 5. Discovering Your Creative Talents
    • Myer Briggs Personality Type Indicator:
    • Personality Functions:
        • Introverted Vs Extraverted.
        • Thinking Vs Feeling.
        • Sensation Vs Intuition.
        • Judging Vs Perceiving.
    • Dominant & Auxiliary Talents
  • 6. 10 Steps for Boosting Creativity
    • 1. Define your problem . Grab a sheet of paper, electronic notebook, computer or whatever you use to make notes, and define your problem in detail.
    • 2. Brainstorm . If properly carried out, brainstorming can help you not only come up with sacks full of new ideas, but can help you decide which is best.
    • 3.You can listen music while brainstorming.
    • 4. Always carry a small notebook and a pen or pencil around with you. That way, if you are struck by an idea, you can quickly note it down.
  • 7.
    • 5. If you're stuck for an idea, open a dictionary , randomly select a word and then try to formulate ideas incorporating this word. You'd be surprised how well this works.
    • 6. If you can't think, go for a walk . A change of atmosphere is good for you and gentle exercise helps shake up the brain cells.
    • 7. Try not to watch to much TV . Experiments show that watching TV causes your brain to slowly trickle out your ears and/or nose. It's not pretty, but it happens.
    • 8.   Read as much as you can about everything possible.
  • 8.
    • 9. Exercise your brain . Brains, like bodies, need exercise to keep fit. If you don't exercise your brain, it will get flabby and useless.
    • 10.   Don't do drugs. People on drugs think they are creative.
  • 9. The Secret to Creativity
    • The secret to creative thinking is to start with good problems. Then you need to turn those problems into thought provoking challenges. After that, great ideas will almost invent themselves.
    • Before you even think about generating ideas, you need to turn your problem into a challenge. Because if you start generating ideas to solve the wrong problem, you may have great ideas - but they will probably be lousy solutions.
  • 10. 10 CREATIVE MYTHS
    • 1. “I am not creative”.
    • 2. “That's a stupid [or daft, or silly, or ridiculous] idea” .
    • 3. “Creative people always have great ideas” .
    • 4. “Constructive criticism will help my colleague improve her idea.”
    • 5. “We need some new marketing ideas for the upcoming product launch. Let's get the marketing people together and brainstorm ideas.”
  • 11. 10 CREATIVE MYTHS
    • 6. “In order for our innovation strategy to be a success, we need a system of review processes for screening ideas and determining which ideas to implement.”
    • 7. “That's a good idea. Let's run with it”
    • 8. “Drugs will help me be more creative”.
    • 9. “If it ain't broke, don't fix it.”
    • 10. “I don't need a notebook. I always remember my ideas”
  • 12. The Pilot
    • New & different strategies.
    • Makes tough decisions.
    • High energy leadership.
    • Share ideas freely.
    • Develop innovative organizations design & structure.
    • Focus on progress, improvement, efficiency, productivity & results.
    • Thoughtful questions & challenges to conventional thinking.
  • 13. The Adventurer
    • Adventurers are like the Dare devils who go to the sea for the experience & fun of it all.
    • They enjoy experimenting with Clever Improvisations and Skillful Adaptations to solve challenges.
    • Spontaneous, Fun loving, Spur of moment people.
    • Imagination full of specific details.
    • Prompt practical & Ingenious responses to Crises & Emergencies.
  • 14. The Inventor
    • They has quick understanding & intellectual curiosity.
    • Thinks matters through carefully before sharing.
    • Tough, unrelenting critique to get to the highest level of effectiveness.
    • Integrated solutions where everything fits.
  • 15. The Navigator
    • By keeping the logos and charts, planning out the voyage, and building on past knowledge.
    • Navigators enable discoveries & practical adaptations of what others have already done.
    • Careful, thoughtful & private.
    • Asks practical questions to find useful solutions.
    • Keeps the group grounded & on Track.
    • Understands what has worked in the past & what has not.
    • Ability to fix things or to make them better.
  • 16. The Harmonizer
    • The Harmonizer makes sure that the crew`s meets are met.
    • High energy team leadership.
    • Decisions based on Societal, Community & personal values, importance & worth.
    • Successful resolution of political problems.
    • Diverse communication strategies.
    • Enjoy organizing people to achieve common goals.
  • 17. The Poet
    • The poet helps keep the vision & the Purpose alive & keeps the crew spirits high..
    • Takes time to process & make decisions.
    • Building an environment of trust, respect & support.
    • Serving as the team's ethical backbone.
    • Is usually sensitive & loyal to people.
  • 18. The Explorer
    • Explorers journey to find new lands & discover new routes.
    • Their worlds are full of pulsating possibilities.
    • Ability to see external patterns, trends & relationships.
    • Tireless generation of new enterprises, ventures new business ventures & new ideas.
    • Inspiring ingenuity & discovery in others.
    • Thinking to envision future.
  • 19. The Visionary
    • Visionaries have bold, heroic minds & par-reaching imagination.
    • They are passionate for grand, uncommon ideals.
    • New designs & solutions through unusual connections.
    • Multi-disciplined perspectives.
    • Penetrating, far-reaching insights into future trends.
  • 20. Thank You  -------------------