This lunch workshop provides hands-on opportunities to develop better creativity and problem solving within your congregation.
Strategic planning consultant Tad Dickel addresses the accelerating rate of change in today's society, characteristics of effective creative problem solving in teams, and divergent and convergent thinking. In advance of the workshop, you will be offered the Basadur Profile, an assessment that identifies your creative problem-solving style. Dicket unpacks this helpful tool at the workshop. You’ll gain better understanding of creative problem solving and how to begin applying some of these skills in your congregation. You’ll learn to use both to address challenges and to engage in more productive conversations and decision making.
In this workshop, you will:
- understand how different styles affect how people approach creativity and problem solving.
- apply fundamentals of creativity and problem solving to real questions and challenges experienced by congregations.
Workshop leader Tad Dickel, president of T.A. Dickel Group, LLC, consults with a wide variety of organizations in strategic planning, group facilitation, creativity and innovation processes, and leadership development. He also provides training in creative problem solving and nonprofit board development. Dickel holds a Ph.D. in educational leadership and is a certified Basadur Simplexity facilitator and trainer. He has advanced training in nonprofit board consulting, fundraising management, and design thinking.
This workshop is 11 a.m.-1 p.m. (Central time) Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at Sts. Mary and John Parish in Evansville. The cost is $10 per person. This fee includes lunch and workshop materials. Your registration includes a link to take the Basadur Profile and your results. This will be done several days prior to the event
Workshop is limited to Indiana congregations.