While 89% of CEO’s and senior leaders recognize innovation is a key priority and fundamental to their long-term success, only 14% believe their current system to harness a culture of innovation is sufficient. Creativity is a skill that can be learned, developed, and managed just like a language.
To help you boost your own creativity capacity and unleash innovation in your organization to fuel growth, competitive advantage, and progress, here are some tools, ideas, and insights from innovation expert, bestselling author, and keynote speaker, Josh Linkner:
- Signs of Creativity
- The Power of Funerals
- The Batman Effect
- 8 Ways To Undermine Yourself As A Leader
- 11 Leadership Lessons From Jazz Musicians
- Become a ‘First Responder’ to Blaze Past Your Competitors
- Forget Resolutions. Try this Instead.
- The Ferris Bueller Trap
- 5 Leadership Lessons From The Beatles
- A 4-Step Formula to Create Freakishly Loyal Customers
- Two Ways to Kill Your Company
- 5 Undisputed Steps to Get Promoted Fast (AKA How to Never Get Fired)
- Disarming Landmines Through Strategic Innovation
- Play Up
- If You Want To Be A Leader, Start Acting Like One
- The Reverse
- How “Micro-Innovations” Can Drive Breakaway Results
- Go the Extra Inch
- Sales Secret No. 1: Sell Aspirin, not Vitamins
- You’re Fired!
- The Cobra Effect
- Think Like a Beginner
- A Simple Formula for Achievement
- How To Tell Your Company’s Story So The World Takes Notice
- A Powerful Sales Approach To Boost Closing Rates
- Four Secrets to Master the Art of Selling
Josh Linkner is the highest-demand innovation keynote speaker on the planet. He’s spent two decades of research and practical application of creativity, innovation, and hyper-growth leadership. His New York Times bestselling books are some of the most highly regarded texts in the field of harnessing innovation and cultivating cultures of innovation. Josh Linkner has delivered inspiring and actionable keynotes to over 500,000 people around the world, on behalf of leading organizations including: PepsiCo, Pfizer, Siemens, General Motors, Starbucks, UBS, Visa, SAP, and Bank of America.