Gregg Fraley Innovation (GFi) | Tune In To Taster Tools On Thursday

Free Weekly Webinar On Facilitation Instruments With Gregg Fraley

Every Thursday at 2pm EST, Master Facilitator Gregg Fraley will exhibit a facilitation instrument on-line.

The weekly classes are FREE. The classes begin on Thursday 18 March.

The weekly 30-minute webinar presents demonstrations of assorted facilitation instruments for: technique, problem clarification, concept technology (aka brainstorming), downside formulation, concept choice, innovation initiatives and concept improvement, and many others.

Thinking Otherwise Requires Instruments

At some level, everybody has to assume otherwise. It generally is a very thorny, bushy, horrible, advanced downside. It may very well be a juicy alternative that you do not know find out how to seize.

What occurs if you ask your thoughts to assume otherwise? Does it come simple? Are new ideas and concepts rising? Or is it like pulling enamel?

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If your duty is to generate new concepts, to unravel issues, you’ll do properly to tune into Taster Tools on Thursday. Register on EventBrite.

Gregg Fraley, Principal Counselor

Gregg Fraley, grasp facilitator for creativity and innovation, takes you thru a artistic pondering/facilitation instrument, just one per session. Time for Q&A and a dialogue on find out how to customise the instrument on your wants.

Gregg Fraley is a extremely skilled facilitator who has been studying, growing and inventing group facilitation instruments for a few years. He trains different facilitators on his strategies. Gregg is acknowledged as a Distinguished Leader on the Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI) and is a Visiting Innovation Scholar at Notre Dame. A profitable know-how entrepreneur, he has a broad outlook on enterprise and all the time has concepts on find out how to resolve thorny issues. Gregg is aware of a number of innovation frameworks, together with Design Thinking and Osborn-Parnes Creative Problem Solving (aka “CPS). He is conversant in instruments in Lean, Agile, and DeBono’s Thinking Hats.


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