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Personal Creativity Assessment-Facilitator Guide

This leaders guide contains 3 separate training modules handouts and transparency masters to improve the application of creativity in daily work, develop personal creativity, and use structured creative thinking techniques for a variety of business uses. Exercises facilitate the interpretation and scoring of the Personal Creativity Assessment.
Code: 4409G
Category: Assessments
£41.25

The Personal Creativity Assessment-Facilitator Guide provides a complete explanation of the rationale behind the Personal Creativity Assessment (PCA), as well as detailed instructions for conducting the assessment. Also includes step-by-step guidance for integrating the PCA into a training programme.

Are you creative? You probably are, everyone is capable of creative thinking at some level. However, it is revealing to look closely at the barriers and enablers of creativity and to see which ones relate to you. By doing this you can not only gauge how creative your workplace behaviour is right now, but you can also identify how to make it more creative.

The PCA allows an individual to quickly determine how they measure up in the realm of creativity. The 62-item assessment correlates to 31 creativity barriers and 31 creativity enablers. The PCA also provides useful instructions on how to either overcome or enhance barriers and enablers. Presented in a non-threatening format, the PCA is an excellent activity to conduct in a workshop or group setting where creativity is an issue.

The Facilitator Guide provides a complete explanation of the rationale behind the PCA, as well as detailed instructions for conducting the assessment. It also includes step-by-step guidance for integrating the PCA into a training programme. The Manager's Pocket Guide to Creativity, by Alex Hiam, is also available as a handout for participants.

Products specifications
Format Self-scoring creativity assessment
Objective To develop Personal Creativity
Audience All organisation members
Time Required 20-25 minutes
Author Alexander Hiam