#CreaCon12 Tweets, now in Magazine Format →
An Issuu magazine compiling nearly 400 tweets from over 40 people…
#CreaCon12 a roaring success! →
The University of Portsmouth’s first report on the success of the Creativity Conference is online here…
Conroy Williams, of the Hampshire School for Social Entrepreneurs, tells us why he feels Creativity should be a part of Social Enterprise…
Cheryl Buggy, Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, explains how important Creativity should be…
How do you deal with disengaged adults?
Guy Claxton: Adults are more set in their ways, so they need stronger whipping. They have a fear of looking childish and experimenting that has to be dispelled. You have to find and irritate their dissatisfaction.
Sir John Jones: People are a bunch of habits. Adult's habits are just more ingrained.
How do you nurture your creativity?
Richard Sant: Make sure the rules don't quite apply to you.
Kristin Birkeland: Dancing every morning and meditating.
Sir John Jones: Audio books. Now I can go to the gym to watch TV, read a book and run all at once.
Guy Claxton: Rigorous protection of my own laziness. Being thankful that there are people who like administration so I don't have to. And constantly tinkering.
Graham Carter, Highbury College, tells us why he feels that Creativity is an important part of Education.
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This video about iLeap may be of interest to fans of the Kaos Pilots - of which one of our keynotes is an associate!
‘Sir John Jones made the evening. I was hooked on every word. Life changing.’– A School Governor, speaking about a recent presentation from Sir John Jones. You’ll have a chance to hear him speak at the Creativity Conference - he’s our Key Note! More on him later….
Kaos at the Creativity Conference! →
We’re very proud to say that Kristin Birkeland, of the infamous Kaos Pilots, will be joining us at the Conference, to talk about her experiences. Kristin Birkeland is a Norwegian living in Denmark. She graduated at the KaosPilot in 1999 – and since then, her professional focus has been on creativity, learning and innovation.
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