FREE Virtual Lunch & Learn, Wednesday, May 20, 1:00 pm EST / 12:00 pm CST / 10:00 AM PST.
Topic: Leveraging FourSight Preferences to Gain Insight Into Interpersonal Communications
How many times have you left a meeting convinced that you were not speaking the same language as the other people in the room, even if you were all native English-speakers? And we have all felt the pain of trying to solve a problem with someone who just doesn't get why we approach challenges and solutions in the way that we do or who approach them in ways that seem totally alien to us.
The FourSight model was created to help uncover individual preferences for approaches to problem solving. By learning about this model and the four thinking styles within it, you can start to understand how to communicate more effectively with other members of your team. Use the submission form below to sign up or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for call-in and login details.
Creative Problem Solving Institute, June 17-21, Buffalo, NY
The Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI) is an annual international conference hosted by the Creative Education Foundation focused on three main areas – creativity, innovation and leading change.
Missy will be presenting an Extending session on "Yes, And... Improv and Creativity." This workshop will integrate the principles, tools, and activities of improvisation so you can build your creative thinking toolbox while you enhance your facilitation, coaching, and even your own creative process.
Jane will once again be working with the YouthWise program as an advisor to the Teen Program.
FREE Virtual Lunch & Learn, Wednesday, March 25, 1:00 pm EST/ 12:00 pm CST / 10:00 am PST
Topic: Listening to Tell the Story: Using Qual AND Quant to Explain Research Results. Once upon a time, some researchers wanted to cut through the corporate clutter and make sure their findings truly helped create change. They worked hard to collect the right data, and then needed to figure out how to make it stand out – so they told stories!
Different kinds of data lend themselves to different kinds of stories. Whether you have just completed a huge quant study or want to summarize a qualitative exercise, telling a compelling story will help get your message across. And knowing the story you want to tell can help you set up your research most effectively.
FREE Virtual Lunch & Learn, Wednesday, January 28, 1:00 p.m. EST / 12:00 p.m. CST / 10:00 a.m. PST.
Topic: Using Qual AND Quant to Make Better Decisions. For marketing research to have a consistent positive impact on a company’s ROI, it must be used to reduce the company’s decision risk. What information will do this? That depends on the unknowns. Answers to simple questions can often be obtained easily and cost-effectively via surveys. Complex questions usually demand qualitative investigations. But the best research often combines both of these approaches to come up with the most useful solution.
Use the submission form below to sign up or contact email@example.com for call-in and login details.
Florida Creativity Weekend, March 20-22, Sarasota, FL
Missy will be providing the Saturday afternoon keynote session: World Café: Find Connections to Sum Up Your Day. This highly interactive session will allow participants to connect deeply and quickly with one another. By holding conversations with others, they will have a chance to process what they've learned throughout the day, find important insights, and make plans to put new knowledge to use.