Doug Shaw is an artist and HR, Organisational & People Development consultant.
Doug Shaw believes that we are all artists and teaches business professionals to regain the natural enthusiasm for creativity we all had as children. Join us this week to learn: - How we can regain our former skill with and love of creative thinking -Why the World Economic Forum rates creativity as one of the top 3 skills needed for the future -How to focus on creative process rather than outcomes - How to overcome the fear of failure that chokes out creative thinking Join us for this candid conversation that includes Daniel sharing his own struggles with breaking out of an intellectual rut.
The Reach West Radio show welcomes Doug Shaw, a people and organizational development consultant, and artist. He works with people, teams and businesses worldwide, helping to solve problems, and co-create and enable more effective change in the ways people need and want to work. Doug frequently works with a blend of artistic, conversational and technological techniques, and his arts based learning project, Art for Work’s Sake, was a finalist in the 2016 Learning Awards. He seeks to create power with and for each other, rather than power over each other, and incorporate these and other dynamic ideas and actions into his work. Doug pushes himself and others to try new things, to find greater effectiveness, enjoyment and meaning in their work through an artistic lens. He’s all about the part where you teach everyone to work out loud.
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1 hour, 8 minutes