Creative Problem Solving

About this workshop

LGPro's newest workshop is a practical short-course in creative problem solving.

The new workshop provides local government professionals with useful tools and proven techniques that are directly transferrable to their workplaces. 

The short-course takes on the importance of correctly defining problems, creating step-by-step processes for overcoming challenges, and how to draw on reliable frameworks to successfully navigate issues with confidence.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  • Be inspired by their individual potential to solve problems
  • Understand the importance of defining the problems or issues they face correctly
  • Develop a step-by-step process to tackling any problem or issue.
  • Have a cache of creative problem-solving frameworks and tools to draw on to help solve any problem or issue.
  • Gain the confidence to apply new skills to their professional lives.

Who Should Attend?

This course is recommended for anyone who wants to improve their ability to solve problems and apply creativity in developing solutions, including executives, leaders at all levels, managers, analysts, and anyone whose role requires creative problem solving.

Upcoming Workshops

Online Delivery:

16 Aug, 30 Aug, 12 Sep   Online   Register Here 
(Please note that the workshop is run over these three dates)

Course details

ONLINE

Duration: 3 x 3 hour sessions
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Price: $580 (inc. GST) for non-members / $490 (incl. GST) for LGPro members

 

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Your Facilitators

Stephen Dowling

Stephen is a passionate educator, sense maker, problem solver and simplifier.

A thought leader in the business transformation space, the CEO of ETM has more than 20 years’ experience in the areas of unlearning, Agile, Lean and ‘fit for purpose’ delivery approaches. He has successfully led many different types of projects, the largest being a complex upgrade of a multi-billion dollar ERP system for a large pharmaceuticals company across 17 countries in Europe which at the time was considered to be the most complex project ever undertaken by the organisation.