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50 Ways to be more creative at work

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In 50 ways to be more creative at work, Rachel Coffey - the new voice in creativity and expert business communication coach - outlines 50 ways to boost your creativity and that of your colleagues.
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In 50 ways to be more creative at work, Rachel Coffey - the new voice in creativity and expert business communication coach - outlines 50 different ways to boost your creativity and that of your colleagues. Designed to be used in everyday working situations, each stand-alone technique comes with step-by-step instructions and an indication of how much time and effort is required. With every exercise based on research or real-life scenarios this book has its feet firmly on the ground, so that you can let your mind drift into its creative cloud! 
Outcome focused and engaging, the book is split into eight easily identifiable categories from Motivation to Innovation. Some techniques are designed to be done quietly in your mind, whilst others can involve your whole team or company. This book is suitable for everyone who wishes to encourage their creative mind to flourish. Inspiring, innovative and simple, it will help you develop one of the most sought-after skills in business today: creativity.

About the author

Rachel Coffey is a leading voice and communication expert who has been working in the creative industries for over 25 years. For the last 8 years she has been working with c-suite leaders and corporations to deliver communications excellence on an organisational level. She coaches companies and individuals from all parts of the globe to create, present and communicate using innovative and engaging techniques.
Rachel has an MA in Professional Voice Practice (trained in association with the RSC) and is an NLP Master Practitioner. She is the founder of a successful communications, business and life coaching consultancy that she runs from her base in London. She has worked with numerous companies from The Royal Court theatre to global advertising giants helping to unleash creativity and bring about real and lasting change.She uses a unique set of techniques that transform the way we connect with our audience, colleagues and our own creative self. She has a passion for working with businesses to design programmes that deliver results in a uniquely engaging and experiential way. Rachel also delivers individual one-to-one-coaching. 
  1. Introduction
  2. Motivation
    1. 2 Minutes per day
    2. Procrastination popper
    3. One thing at a time
    4. What a disaster
    5. And now for something completely different
    6. Not so random act of kindness
    7. Re-write the script
  3. Problem solving
    1. Athletic visualisation
    2. Help them help you
    3. Work backwards
    4. Someone else’s shoes
    5. We all agree on something
    6. History in the making
    7. You already know how to do it
  4. 1-2-1 Meetings
    1. A place for everything
    2. Get on their wavelength
    3. Forget the sandwiches
    4. Turn your back on it
    5. Go global
    6. Do your home work
    7. Make notes
  5. Influence
    1. Fresh eyes
    2. It’s a gift
    3. Voice of influence
    4. Story time
    5. Learn the lingo
    6. Walk the talk
    7. Perfect praise
  6. Team meetings
    1. Positive pii
    2. Agenda pot
    3. Location, location, location
    4. Changing chairs
    5. Invite an imposter
    6. I’ve started so i’ll finish
    7. Showtime
  7. Team building
    1. Common goal
    2. What’s the problem?
    3. Book it
    4. Drawn out
    5. Colour of success
    6. Who’s who
    7. A free lunch
  8. Innovation
    1. Create the future
    2. Re-invent the wheel
    3. Idea pod
    4. Be an animal
    5. Black out
    6. There’s nothing new in innovation
    7. See the difference
  9. Now its your turn
    1. Build your own
Really interesting book! Excellent read, easy to dip in and out of. Looking forward to trying out some of the exercises.
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