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Tim Hurson teaches executives to think creatively

The well-known writer, speaker and consultant has been developing for more than 20 years the productive thinking model, that aims to creatively solve problems and show how to identify and take advantage of opportunities. The “Creative Intelligence: Forging Innovative Solutions” workshop will be held for three days in Chile.


Creativity and innovation have become  competitive advantages for companies. For this reason, Fundación Chile’s Center for Innovation in Human Capital, has organized the workshop “Creative Intelligence: Forging Innovative Solutions”, that will be presented by the well-known writer, consultant and international speaker Tim Hurson.  

 The workshops will be held May 14 and 15 in Fundación Chile, and on May 17 a closed workshop will be held for a local company. It is targeted to executives, managers and professionals who in their work must identify profitable areas for improving products or processes, by offering suggestions for improving them or looking for opportunities for innovation.

 The productive thinking model, based on 50 years of cognitive research, is a disciplined and repeatable process that will help participants to think better and more productively, taking maximum advantage of their potentials.

 Tim Hurson is a well-known international speaker, writer and partner-founder of thinkx Intellectual Capital, a company that works with big organizations around the world to help them create and develop new products, processes, business models and strategies, through workshops, training and the facilitation of productive thinking.

 With more than 20 years of experience in the development of creativity and innovation, he has advised Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 organizations in the principles of productive thinking and creative leadership, providing methodologies and tools focused on the development of innovation within the company. His work allows companies to build a working environment, stable enough to provide cultural continuity and flexible enough to adjust to rapid changes in technologies, markets and mandates.

 Tim has written numerous articles on enhancing creative intelligence in the workplace, and is a periodic contributor to the journal Creativity in Action. He is also a faculty member of the Creative Education Foundation, a founding director of Facilitators Without Borders, and one of the founders of Mindcamp, one of the world’s most successful training programs in creativity and productive thinking.

 Since its publication in October 2007, his book Think Better has continually been on the top 10 bestseller list of McGraw Hill business books and it is now in its third printing. It is used by business schools and universities in the U.S., Canada, Australia, South Korea, and Brazil and has been translated into six languages.

 Tim thinks the phrase “out of the box thinking” should be put back in the box and buried in a deep hole.

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