Consistently innovative companies hold 6 times the market share, make 6 times the revenue, 3-5 times the profits, and do 50% better during recessions than the average company.
Dr. Yoram Solomon spent more than a decade researching what makes some companies innovative (and their employees creative), and others not. He found that the critical factor is the existence (or lack thereof) of innovation culture. Peter Drucker (among others) said: "Culture eats strategy for breakfast."
Further insightful research done by Dr. Solomon revealed something else: innovation culture will only exist once there is a high level of trust in the organization. Over the past decade he developed the formula for building and sustaining trust in the organization, and in any relationship.
Changing the culture of in your company is a complex and scary matter. This workshop makes things simpler. It will forever change how you think about innovation and trust in your company. You will learn that building a culture of innovation requires no financial investment and, in fact, reduces costs.
Prior Fortune 500 participants described it as “transformational.” There is no preparation or further commitment required beyond a one-day workshop. The workshop is made of lectures, interaction, creativity exercises, and discussion.
Watch the workshop introduction video
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
The workshop is designed for the company's executive management, organizational development professionals, and team leaders. It can be modified into a half-day workshop for boards of directors.
WHAT DOES THE WORKSHOP INCLUDE?
Throughout the workshop there are several exercises, mostly in groups, that enhances learning of the concepts delivered, build new skills, and engage the participants in fun activities.
The content of this workshop is based on primary research done in the last decade by Dr. Yoram Solomon, as well as other research he synthesized to build the TrustActions framework he uses.
The workshop can be taken in one day (morning to evening) or over two half-days days (mid-day to mid-day).