The 4IR (4th Industrial Revolution) and Covid-19 has ignited a renewed interest in creativity as essential future skill.  Creativity, innovation and design thinking skills are more relevant than ever before in order to re-imagine, re-invent and re-create a future in which current and future generations will not only survive, but will thrive. People are living longer, and different generations will need to learn to co-exist in harmony. The future needs to be re-imagined, re-invented and re-created in spite of living in a VUCA (volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity) world. There is a kaleidoscope of determinants to take into consideration when co-creating a new world. The collective Creative Intelligence (CQ) needs to be mined and put to good use to navigate the challenges posed by the 4IR (and currently Covid-19) and  to make sense of the impact the latter has on society, communication, learning and development, the World of Work and what the future will look like.

What the audience will learn:

Why the 4IR and Covid-19 ignited a renewed interest in creativity an essential future skill

Why creativity, innovation and design thinking are more relevant than ever before

What inspired the shift in focus from creativity to Creative Intelligence (CQ)

The impact of the 4IR (and Covid-19) on society, communication, Learning and Development, the World of Work and the future

How to utilize the collective CQ of individuals and teams to re-imagine, re-invent and re-create the future

 

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