About the Imagination Club
The Imagination Club is a group dedicated to experimentation in life-long learning and training.
We provide facilitators and trainers with a platform for experimenting with new ideas, new techniques and new concepts with a receptive, intelligent and incredibly good-looking audience (like you). Facilitators get a chance to see how their ideas work in practice and get great audience feedback afterwards, using Andy's and Jeffrey's proven, three question feedback method.
For the audience, each workshop is an opportunity to try out taste new ideas and experiment with those ideas in interactive exercises which most workshops include (we highly recommend them). Workshops are just 90 minutes long − perfect for tasting new ideas. But not too long if you decide it is not your cup of tea.
The Imagination Club was established by Andy Whittle (left) and Jeffrey Baumgartner (right) in Brussels so long ago that neither one of them can remember exactly when it all started, though it might have been 2006.
Andy's passion and motivation in life is to build a kinder and happier world. Through workshops and seminars he loves to share life-hacks and life-tools that encourage people be more creative as well as to learn life-skills necessary to be better connected to themselves and the world around them.
In addition to being the co-founder and co-host of the Brussels Imagination Club, Andy is part of the PTPI-Hub Social Community which helps people connect and get more out of life.
Jeffrey is the author of three books, including The Insane Journey (science fiction humour novel), Anticonventional Thinking (creativity), and The Way of the Innovation Master (business innovation). He also writes and edits Report 103 (newsletter on creativity and innovation in business) and AwesomeYou.Be (personal development and improvement through self-innovation).
When not writing, he speaks and does workshops for businesses, governments and non-profits in Europe, North America, Africa, The Middle-East and Asia. And, of course, he manages the Imagination Club with Andy. His web site is at CreativeJeffrey.com.