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Innovation & Creativity for Entrepreneurs - Workshop delivered by Nassif Kazan

This event is part of the Entrepreneurs Toolkit Workshop Series and happening during the GEW.

They say that “a good idea becomes a great idea when you let it out” or, at least, that’s one of those quotes you get if you run a quick online search.
Easier said that done!
How many times have you just blocked on something? Or worse, what appeared to be a fantastic idea that then just slipped away?
What about that time you looked at something and said to yourself “I could have thought of that”?

What if you could do something to that would help you better leverage your creativity in an optimal fashion?
This mini-workshop has been designed to do just that!
Over the course of a few hours, you will acquire a better a better understanding of what appears to be going on in your head as you attempt to leverage your creativity and, perhaps more importantly, you will get the opportunity to practice tools and techniques that will truly help you Harness your Creativity.

Key Outcomes
By the end of this mini-workshop, participants will:
Identify the difference between Creativity and Innovation.
Explore important insights on how (we believe) the human brain works and deduce best practices that will help them generate more ideas in an effective manner.
Practice two proven ideation techniques, the correct way.
Enumerate common barriers to creativity and identify strategies to overcome those.

Trainer profile
A savvy life apprentice and a life long learner, Nassif’s passion for learning and the human mind has regularly driven him to pursue new educational and professional challenges, all over the world for over 10 years. In that time, he managed to acquire diverse skills that proved crucial in his current role as a Learning & Development Consultant and Facilitator.
In helping organizations deliver a more impactful performance through their people, Nassif tackled a wide array of topics that include Leadership, Strategy, Creativity & Innovation and Interpersonal Skills, to state but a few. In the past, he was also heavily involved in the development of solutions specifically designed to train television presenters and public speakers. He has also been facilitating a behavioral leadership program at the Lebanese American University (LAU) for the past few years.

Sociable and energetic, he is part of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), an active member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and an alumnus of IE Business School.
More recently, he developed an interest in neuroscience and its L&D applications, which he is currently exploring.

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This workshop is part of the Entrepreneurs Toolkit Workshop Series targeted for entrepreneurs and youth and organized by Randa Farah.
This project is supported by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. Department State (in collaboration with the Alumni Ties and World Learning).

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This event will take place during the GEW - Global Entrepreneurship Week: