Creativity Techniques

You have undoubtedly heard or even used the phrase “think outside the box.” But let’s be honest: it is more often said than done. In the hectic world we live in today – with constant communication and availability – it’s pretty challenging to mentally relax and focus on what you want to achieve or the problem you want to solve. We’re surrounded by constant distractions. We aim to help you start dreaming and get your head up in the clouds (not down here on planet Earth where your mobile phone is reminding you of all the stuff you need to do).

Remember what Martin Luther King said:
“I have a dream” and not “I have a plan.”

Our creativity trainings are customized and tailored to meet your needs. In the initial dialogue, we’ll look at your end goal and work backward in the planning. This, by the way, is the way Walt Disney created his movies. He started with the end picture in mind and worked backward from there. This creativity technique, called “Dreaming Backwards, ” is an excellent tool to help you plan, starting at the end, what you want to roll out, try out, implement – whatever.

We select the tools and techniques that best meet your needs only when we know what you want to achieve. We’ll start by creating a relaxed learning atmosphere in the workshop to help you take that initial creative step forward. Our tools and techniques can be designed to solve one problem and help you come up with possible solutions, or we can show you a broad range of techniques and tools which you can apply later, for example, in project teams or on your own. We’ll also show a range of tools to help you evaluate and prioritize your ideas so that you truly know where to begin.


6 – 8 hours (approx.. 1 day)


Some of the techniques include –

  1. Various brainstorming techniques
  2. Mind Mapping
  4. Reverse Thinking
  5. Six Thinking Hats
  6. Storyboarding
  7. Role Reversal
  8. Visualization
  9. Provocation
  10. Osborn’s Checklist
  11. Attribute Listing
  12. Challenging Assumptions
  13. Various techniques to evaluate, rate, and prioritize ideas

Remember, the effectiveness of these techniques can vary depending on the individual and the context. It’s a good idea to experiment with different techniques and adapt them to suit your needs and preferences.

“Creativity is intelligence having fun.”

Albert Einstein

These are the individual specialists for Creativity Techniques

Whitney Breer

Nicole Dargent