35 Speeches on Creativity
From Creativity-Enabling Spaces to building Creative Confidence
By: Jaime Neely
Apr 4, 13
These speeches on creativity offer useful tips and strategies for individuals in various industries to reach their full creative potential. Spotlighting a number of well-known people like Elizabeth Gilbert and Isaac Mizrahi, these speeches discuss everything from developing a creative concept to the necessary conditions for getting into the right creative mindset.
Innovation keynote speaker Jeremy Gutsche pinpoints understanding your customers as the starting point for thinking creatively. Knowing who your customer is inside and out creates a platform on which you can make unique connections with them.
Andy Burnett, a man who has dedicated his entire career to facilitating creative thinking within companies, believes that one’s environment has a direct impact on a team’s ability to come up with solutions and to think creatively. His speech outlines the reasons why CEOs need to consider the type of environment and workspace they create for employees.
Magnus Lindkvist believes that exploring the unknown is a great source of inspiration for creative thinking. It opens up new streams of thought and problem-solving.
These speeches on creativity offer a breadth of advice, insight and tips for unlocking the creativity within you.
Building Creative Confidence
The Science of Creativity
Creative Concept Development
Creativity, Fulfillment And Flow
Where Creativity Comes From
Fuelling Creative Energy
Origins of Creativity
Creativity Through Perspective
Origins of Creativity
Maximized Creativity in the Workplace
Diversity Breeds Creativity
Entrepreneurial Creative Atrophy
Unleashing Creativity in Organizations
Fashion and Creativity
Becoming More Creative
Creative Potential in LEGO
Reclaiming Your Creativity
Fostering Positive Creativity
Benefits of Creative Replication
Approaching Creativity Systematically
Creativity Through Writing Recipes
Creativity in Response to Crisis
Diversifying One's Imagination
Enabling Creative Process
Passion in the Creative Process
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