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Creative Problem-Solving

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Problem-solving and creativity are crucial skills in today’s world. We explore the nature of creativity, a framework for problem-solving and how to combine the skills for unique, innovative solutions!
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Problem-solving and creativity have both been cited as crucial skills for today’s world. In this ebook, we explore the nature of creativity, a framework for problem-solving, and three practical techniques for creative problem-solving that can spark unique, innovative solutions!

About the Authors

Melissa Haveman is an organizational sociologist and ICF-credentialed, certified coach and trainer. She specializes in helping teams develop communication-centered, results-driven, innovative cultures and helping creative professionals build bold goals and sustainable ways to reach them.

Melissa is also an independent authorized partner and certified trainer for Everything DiSC and an accredited facilitator for The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team. She loves taking these team-building solutions to businesses and nonprofits around West Michigan and beyond.

As a coach, speaker, and author, Patrick Parker has served leaders and organizations throughout the United States and internationally.

Patrick is a Certified Executive Coach and holds the Professional Certified Coach credential through the International Coach Federation. His work is influenced by experience as a Licensed Master Social Worker and his first career in classical music, through which he traveled the world, earned a doctorate degree, and held leadership positions at the Director level for ten years.

  • About the Authors
  • Introduction
  1. What is Problem-Solving?
    1. Step One: Clarify the Problem
    2. Step Two: Strategize
    3. Step Three: Make a Decision
    4. Step Four: Implement the Decision
    5. Step Five: Evaluation
  2. Creativity
    1. What is Creativity?
    2. Who is Creative?
  3. Three Tools for Creative Problem-Solving
    1. Story Telling
    2. “Yes, and…”
    3. Questionstorming
  4. Conclusion
  5. Summary
  6. References

About the Authors

Patrick Parker


Melissa Haveman