Creativity Bootcamp by Experiential Movement Lab Geneva, EMLGE

Creativity Bootcamp: Boosting creative confidence and dynamic collaborations for resilient teams and ecosystems

Creative thinking is the top skill on the rise according to the World Economic Forum, Future of Jobs report (2023), ranking second in the top skills right after analytical thinking.

When was the last time you felt creative in a group context? How confident do you feel in general when generating and sharing creative content when surrounded by peers, colleagues, and/or strangers?

 

Experiential Movement Lab Geneva, in collaboration with Impact Hub Geneva, is pleased to invite you to a Creativity Bootcamp on 16 May at 18h30.

During 2h, we will step into our creative self, welcoming the unknown and connecting to others to generate opportunities to build and innovate.

To make this experience even more powerful we will use advanced embodiment techniques to tap into the full potential we have access to as human beings.

 

So join us if you feel like:

1) boosting your creative confidence
2) fostering dynamic collaborations in teams and ecosystems.

 

Therefore don’t hesitate to invite your friends/colleagues as well, and stay after 20h30 to mingle over drink and food with like-minded individuals interested in creative practices (for community work, coaching, facilitation, design thinking, and more). This workshop is donation-based.

Interested? Register now and spread the word!

 

PS: On 6th of June, EMLG has the honour to be presenting in French their work and deliver a workshop on mindset development at the Future of Work and Learning Event at Palexpo, Geneva. All information here.

Date:

16 May 2024

Time:

18:30

20:30

Location:

Impact Hub Geneva

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