You are warmly welcome to join us at
the Imagination Club on Wednesday, 8 September at 18h45 for an interactive,
experimental workshop on:
How to Be a Brainstorm Wizard
by Jeffrey Baumgartner
Being a brainstorm wizard is not just about facilitating brainstorming
sessions or even brainstorming yourself. Rather it is about taking a
creative problem solving attitude to life in general. And, in so doing,
you can become naturally more creative.
In this workshop, we will take a lightening fast look at the basics
of being a Brainstorm wizard, how to turn problems into challenges,
how to generate ideas and how to tell that little censor inside you
to shut up and let you be more creative! (Note: if you were not aware
that you have a little censor inside you, then you really should attend
And you'll learn how to have more ideas that are more creative.
So, waste no time and book your place in this workshop today!
Jeffrey will refer to some research in creative thinking during this
workshop. Here are links to the relevant articles and papers
Please note that this workshop will be held in our new venue at Nadine.
See details below.
|Wednesday, 8 September 2010
Time:18.45 to 20.30
(in French: rue du Berger 30)
Just a short walk from Porte de Namur metro station
|A donation of €10 to cover expenses including room rental,
materials, drinks, snacks, etc.
Please reply to your invitation e-mail or follow
this link to sign up for for this workshop.
- Andy Whittle
- Jeffrey Baumgartner
- Ingrid Kreksch
- Kevin Scarlett
- Annette Monreal
- Samuel Dellicour
- Frank Turley
- Julia Stewart-David
- Yannick Bollati
- Catherine Billwatsch
- Chris Needham
- Julia Weetman
- Jennifer Palumbo
- Bob Ward
- Elena Leibbrand
- Christine Laphkas
- Marc Bacon
- Elzbieta Markowska *
- Clea Crimson *
- Pia Bech Nielsen *
- Alla Resheten *
- Alfredo Sellitti *
- Steve Clemens *
- Flauschi Bauschi *
- Miroslava Ganzarcikova *
- Phil Dean *
- Sigrid Ramault *
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