Employee creativity can be interpreted differently depending on the person, job and industry. These speeches focus on the particular benefits of a work culture and corporate structure that embraces and encourages employees to vocalize their ideas and thoughts.
Innovation keynote speaker Jeremy Gutsche strongly supports a work environment that pushes its employees to constantly think creatively and experiment with their ideas.
Steve Keil is an entrepreneur who believes that the current structure of corporations destroys creativity and turns employees into zombies, wandering around aimlessly without a brain. The rules, regulations and hierarchical divides in the corporate world today stifle creativity, experimentation and confidence.
These speeches also explore the ways leaders and CEOs need to foster a more open work environment and to deviate from traditional, top-down leadership.
20 Employee Creativity Speeches
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