Collaboration for The Creative Team Leader
18 June @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am
Playful Thinking… Helping you encourage your team to think innovation & improve the way they operate.
We’ve moved this training session online. Please register and you will receive a zoom meeting link prior to the session.
It’s not so easy to work well with others. It’s also not easy to come up with new ideas.
Thankfully, coming up with new ideas (innovation) and working well with others (collaboration) are intimately connected within any team that has a playful culture.
Drawing from the world of play and utilising playful methodologies developed by great thinkers and innovators, this session will help leaders, owners, managers and team players to create the kind of team environment that is creative and engaging.
Who should attend:
This workshop is for anyone who wants to work well with others in any context and will focus on the creative process and the work of innovation
Some homework, ask yourself:
- In what ways might you be a “good sport” or a “bad sport”?
- When has miscommunication had a big impact on something in your work?
- What do you do when you try to “think differently”?
Daniel Teitelbaum, Playful Thinking
Daniel Teitelbaum is the director of Playful Thinking, a consultancy that uses playful methodologies to help organisations and teams grow and develop. Playful Thinking draws on tools in education, game design, theatre and toy design to apply to the challenges of the modern organisation – creative, connected and engaged teams.
Daniel is also a radio broadcaster on 3RRR, a comedy cabaret performer and an Associate Teacher of Design at Monash University. Previously he was the head of Content at The School of Life Australia and part of the strategy team at Small Giants. Daniel’s background is in Philosophy, Law and Theatre Studies and has worked with universities, NFP’s, businesses and local councils.
These sessions are proudly brought to you through a partnership of Tourism Greater Geelong and the Bellarine, Central Geelong Marketing and The Borough of Queenscliffe. The Training Excellence calendar provides professional development and training sessions throughout the year free for members ($50 non members).