Creativity Workshop
Friday, 13th April 2018, 09:00 – 13:00 | London

Event Details

Off the back of his fascinating session at Conference One 2018, David Hall will be leading a small group of delegates in a highly focussed half-day workshop.

This free to attend workshop is limited to 16 delegates and to make the most of this workshop, people will be required to book in pairs from the same company.

The session will be hosted at the London offices of Constantine Cannon LLP which are located at 1 Paternoster Square
London EC4M 7DX



The world is changing at an ever-increasing pace, but the decisions we make and the behaviours that we display are based on models of “reality” which are based on our understanding of the out-dated patterns from the past. We must find ways of challenging these patterns, to free up our thinking, to generate fresh and novel (i.e. creative) ideas that then feed innovation.

This workshop will demonstrate how creativity can remove the blockages that operate within everyone’s minds, to unleash the power of Breakthrough Thinking, to generate ideas that are both novel and useful. A culture of creativity can substantially differentiate a business, attracting and retaining the best staff whilst enhancing added value.


The purpose of this workshop is to provide attendees with hands-on experience of the creative problem-solving cycle, with experience in facilitating sub-groups through divergent thinking (suspending judgment) and then applying convergent thinking (bringing judgment back into the process).



Attendees will be provided with sufficient experience to then facilitate creative problem solving within their own organisations.


Following a brief introduction to the blockages to creativity, this workshop will be highly “hands-on”. Participants will be provided with experience to “go it alone” – understanding the principles that under-pin the techniques sufficiently to then introduce the techniques into their own organisations.

Attendees need no previous experience in creative problem solving techniques, and the content will be relevant to organisations of all types (private, public and third sectors). No preparation is required before-hand – just attend with an open mind!