Terry Murray Discusses The Strategic Imperative of Creativity in Business on AM Ocala Program

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Larry Whitler and Robin MacBlane on WOCA’s AM Ocala radio show yesterday.  Larry and Robin are always lively conversationalists and we discussed a broad range of subjects exploring how companies create and sustain competitive advantage in the today’s global economy.

Some highlights from the interview include:

~ The strategic imperative of cultivating creative thinking throughout businesses, especially at every customer touch point.

~ The generational shift of 10,000 Baby Boomers retiring daily (a trend that will continue for 17 years) and its impact on the workplace.

~ The cross-generational challenges that can emerge between Baby Boomer leaders and Gen Y and Gen X associates with technical expertise.

~ The neurological foundations of people’s resistance to change.

~ The plasticity of the brain and the neurological research into Emotional Intelligence and creativity.

~ How to promote creativity in the workplace through the use of novel stimuli, education, and coaching.

~ How Performance Transformation employs Equine Facilitate Experiential Learning to cultivate Emotional Intelligence, leadership competencies, team cohesion, adaptability and creative thinking with leaders and knowledge workers.

You’re welcome to listen to the podcast replay of yesterday’s live interview here:

To learn more about our approach to cultivating creativity in the workplace please visit Igniting Creativity in Business.

© 2012, Performance Transformation, LLC™.

© 2012, WOCA.

Photograph courtesy of Precision Photography of Honolulu.

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