Who is the WCIW 2015 go-to person in your organization?

Yes, that’s right.

Who is the person or who are the people/groups leading the charge of celebrating creativity and innovation at your location from April 15 -21,  2015?

Don’t you agree that it would be great to give people around you (virtually too) a creative-thinking ‘boost’ during the World Creativity and Innovation Week celebrations?

Findings from a global 2012 survey conducted by Adobe, State of Creativity Study,  (pdf here) support doing just that.  Their global survey unveiled that

  • Unlocking creative potential is seen as key to economic and social growth
  • Globally, less than 1 in 4 people (of the 5000  surveyed) feel they are living up to their creative potential
  • There is increasing pressure to be productive rather than creative at work

So here’s your opportunity to buck the trend for only one week every year:  to celebrate the talents your people, customers, and/or suppliers have to generate new ideas, make new decisions and take new actions that make the world a better place and make their place in the world better too. WCIW April 15 – 21 is a time to explore your creativity, and help others do the same.  It’s great when there’s some unbridled joy in the mix too.

So whoever your WCIW rep is your organization, make sure they subscribe to this blog for support and ideas.  They can join our  groups – World Creativity and Innovation Week Global (on Facebook) and World Creativity (on LinkedIn) – for updates and other connections.

Appoint someone today to be your go-to person for WCIW 2015 and give them the opportunity to create something wonderful and meaningful for your culture and organization.

BTW, What do you think about our hosting a world teleconference the week after WCIW 2015 to compare notes among organizational reps?

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