Information & Inspiration: All about Assessing for Creativity
Read our highlights of the EAWOP 2019 Congress: Agile Teams – and New Ways of Working; Understanding Creativity and Innovation; Performance and Promotion
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Aon on Online Creativity Assessment and how it is related to Workplace Innovation.
Aon's Assessment Solutions offers best-practice Talent Assessment. Businesses are now looking to identify those with the potential to be creative.
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Explores how best to ask for and give feedback on creative projects.Suggests how to ask the right questions and accept the comments back.
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The most well-known technique that is said to spark group creativity is brainstorming, a technique first introduced by Alex Osborn in the 1950s.
How are creative people different from others? In a TED Talk, Adam Grant, professor at Wharton Business School, outlines three characteristics that many originals (as he calls them) share.
We just arrived in Anaheim, California, for the SIOP 2016 Conference.
Innovation is critical to the business success of many organisations. But knowing how creative and innovative someone is, can be hard to assess.
Listening to Mozart makes you smarter. Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. Left-brainers are good at logical reasoning, right-brainers are creative.
What are the environments that lead to unusual levels of creativity and innovation? Certainly these are labs in which creative geniuses suddenly have this “Eureka” moment. Right? Maybe not.
Some time ago, we learned that being in the moment seems to make us happy. We are less happy when we let our minds wander, even when we are in the middle of an unpleasant activity.
It is widely acknowledged and has been shown again and again that we are most creative when we are in a positive emotional state.
Last week, we learned that in order to make kids learn, we need to address their curiosity and creativity. How can we do this?