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keynote on creativity at Google

Executives and HR managers like to ask themselves, “How do we find creative people?” But what if they are not asking the right question? Three insights on creativity in the workplace presented by Robert Gerlach at Google, Mountain View on March 7, 2017.
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keynotes on organizational and individual creativity

Robert customizes each keynote to your wants and needs. Keynotes can be given in English and German.

New insights on organizational creativity

  • How to cultivate creative thinking in your organization.
  • How to best manage out-of-the-box thinkers.
  • The true key to creativity in the workplace (iQudo ideation study 2015)
  • Creativity: just connecting things? What really fosters disruptive thinking.
  • New insights on individual creativity

  • How to identify a Kick-A#! idea: The 4Rs.
  • How to find inspirations during crunch time.
  • How to Karate chop writer’s block.
  • Great artists steal ideas! Really? 7 reasons why they wouldn't.
  • about Robert Gerlach

    Over the past ten years, I have searched for parameters on what drives people’s resourcefulness. I’ve lectured and mentored theses on creativity in Paris and Karlsruhe. I’ve delivered innovation workshops and seminars on creative skills and creative leadership. I’ve been to Silicon Valley and lived with Googlers, techies and entrepreneurs, and I’ve interviewed over 1,000 people in San Francisco and New York. Now, I'd love to share my stunning findings with you.

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    just released: Innovator's High

    My new book Innovator's High provides new insights on creativity, such as: the #1 reason why people have their best ideas on the job, an unknown secret behind the innovators Leonardo da Vinci and Steve Jobs and why great artists never steal. This how-to guide also reveals, why creativity is a sport, how to transform negative feelings into creative power, how to eat creativity and how to find ideas during crunch time.
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