Creative Problem Solving

Do you sometimes struggle finding new and better ways to do things? Natural creative talent is useful, but you can also develop your creativity. Through training and practice you can become the person that people turn to when problems need to be solved.
Finding innovative solutions requires the ability to sort through relevant facts and put them together in ways that work. After this Creative Problem Solving course you will feel confident creating new solutions to complex problems. Decision making will be easier.

Tailored in-house Creative Problem Solving training – Melbourne – Sydney – Brisbane – Adelaide – Perth

Designed for you

Teams and individuals who want to tackle problems in more creative ways and who want to generate different and better solutions.

Outcomes

In this creative thinking skills course you will learn how to:

  • use a structured method to approach problems
  • distinguish root causes from symptoms
  • use a set of tools and techniques to analyse issues
  • think creatively
  • boost your critical thinking skills
  • use the top ten rules of good decision making
  • solve problems smartly, creatively and effectively.

Tailored creative problem solving program delivered on your premises

Delivering a tailored in-house creative thinking course is economical and effective.

We deliver a creative problem solving workshop as a one-hour interactive presentation or a multiple-day program and everything in between.

We also coach individuals to be better creative thinkers and problem solvers.

Ask us how we can tailor the program to suit your needs:

  • call 1300 655 098
  • start a chat at the bottom of our page
  • send us a message.

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