Inspiring keynotes on creativity and innovation
BEDENK wants to set the right tone right from the start of a project. Show your people that you mean business, that you really want to get started.
We prefer to start with a playful and interactive warm-up. Everyone must feel at ease. And at the same time addressed.
Then we let them experience that things can be done differently, must be different. We do this on the basis of realistic examples, preferably from our own practice.
At the end, the participants come out with "enthusiasm", want to start, really fly into it. They are convinced that they can get to work themselves, that their input is really desirable.
We conclude with a clear "call to action". From "lay back and enjoy the ride" to "fasten your seat belt, here we go".
Boost your individual creative skills
During this highly interactive keynote you discover how creativity works in a business environment. You learn the importance of business creativity and how you can use it to come up with more and better ideas every day.
We focus on the 5 most important skills that you can develop to make your personal creativity flourish. We give you insights into your pitfalls and get started with light, fun exercises that give you energy.
Create innovative teams
During this interactive keynote you will discover the parameters of teams that successfully innovate time and time again. What can we learn from them? And how do we become successful innovators ourselves?
We focus on the most important aspects you can work on as a team to maximize the joint innovative output.
We give you insight into the typical pitfalls of teams and let you personally experience how things can be done differently and better.
Future proof leadership
"It is not the creative leader's role to come up with all ideas," said Sir Ken Robinson, "his job is to create the circumstances in which others can come up with those ideas."
During this keynote you discover what you, as a manager, can do to get more and better ideas from your people. Which leadership style do you apply best? And what are the pitfalls?
Based on the evidence-based Cromax model, we focus on the most important aspects that you as a manager should pay attention to:
- Give direction
- Stimulate creativity
- Forward-looking decisions
9 steps towards a future-proof innovation culture
The changes in the market are increasing exponentially. Companies must come along. After all, standing still is going backwards. But many organizations struggle with this new speed and do not know where to start.
During this interactive keynote you discover how you can map out that innovation culture. And what can you then do to work on that culture.
Based on the evidence-based Cromax model, we let you discover what the most important parameters are for a sustainable innovation culture.
We give you insights into the most common pitfalls and show you on the basis of inspiring practical examples how things can be done differently and better.