Dates: 13 Mar; 22 May
Time: 9am to 5pm
FOC for the 11th participant
OR 50% DISCOUNT
for 6th participant.
“Every problem has in it the seeds of its own solution. If you don’t have any problems, you don’t get any seeds.” Norman Vincent Peale
Creativity can be nurtured with the right training and perception. Research done by psychologists and business people alike have discovered that most successful problem-solvers share the same process to identify problems and implement the solutions. This process works for any kind of problem, large or small.
This workshop will give participants an overview of the entire creative problem-solving process, and key problem-solving tools that they can use every day.
Join us, and be equipped with these effective tools!
What You Will Gain
Participants will achieve the following outcomes:
- Understand problems and the creative problem solving process
- Identify types of information to gather and key questions to ask in problem solving
- Identify the importance of defining a problem correctly
- Learn to use the four different problem definition tools
- Write concrete problem statements
- Use tools to generate many ideas for solutions
- Evaluate potential solutions against criteria, including cost/benefit analysis and group voting
- Perform a final analysis to select a solution
- Understand other factors that may impact solution selection: fact vs intuition
- Learn how to refine your shortlisted solutions
- Learn to identify the tasks and resources necessary to implement solutions
- Evaluate and adapt solutions to reality
Who Should Attend
Anyone who wants to benefit from solving problems creatively – at work, at home.
To register for the above course in HRMS, simply follow the following easy steps:
- 1- Login to HRMS – Learning Hub
- 2- Under Employee Self Service, click on Learning Hub > Access Learner’s Home Page
- 3- Click on “Course Catalogue – View” menu
- 4- Under the Hierarchy Display, expand “External Training Provider” folder followed by “ACES Learning Hub Pte Ltd”
- 5- Click on the Course Title you wish to register
- 6- Choose your preferred date and click on the “To Registration” link
- 7- Ensure that your Reporting Officer and Training Coordinator information are in order before clicking on “Submit Registration”
- Note: Kindly ensure that your Training Co-ordinator approves the registration by the closing date
Daniel Theyagu specialises in creative thinking and innovation, critical thinking, and systems thinking. Daniel is the author of six books and has written more than 300 articles published in The Straits Times and other magazines and journals. You could read his articles at www.ezine.com/DanielTheyagu. Daniel also regularly conducts radio talk shows with 938 Live [Singapore]. His workshops are featured in the newspapers that attract a large audience. As a keynote speaker in conferences and seminars, Daniel is well known for his light-hearted and humorous approach to training by using metaphors and parables and engaging his participants actively throughout his training program. His key forte is showing participants how to apply techniques taught and measure the returns on time and effort investments in problem-solving.
What Our Participants Say
“Learned the step by step process of how to think creatively. Have a chance to implement the processes learned through various activities within the workshop”
“Overall great session & hope to attend more workshops from Daniel. Well done!”
"Daniel is very well organised and knowledgeable person. Know the teaching material very well. Great in stimulating the interest and motivation of students attending his course."
"Learn to be more creative. Critical thinking. Find better solutions by analyzing."
"Enhanced the knowledge and concept of creative problem solving skills and techniques. The knowledge I acquired from course does fit into my working environment. Learn to see the problems from different angles"
"The real life examples provided by Mr. Theyagu gave me a different perspective to look at life and work. Would be interested to read books recommended by Mr. Theyagu."