Creativity in Business Conference held in Georgetown, Washington, DC, October 23, 2011
Creativity Experts, Business & Thought Leaders Convening for Annual Conference in DC to Explore Creativity and Innovation
This vibrant and dynamic conference is both content-rich and highly experiential, focusing on individual, group and organizational creativity. It centers around bringing your whole brain to work for better business bottom line results - along with meaning, passion and purpose. It includes experiential breakout sessions; compelling thought leader panels; real-time creative thinking; and facilitated improvisation. It is followed by a lively and entertaining Imagination Festival with improvisation, music, networking, socializing, book signings and great food.
This is a one-of-a-kind business conference in the DC area. The 2009 conference sold out and we expect to do it again this year. Early registration is recommended. Learn more about the presenters, schedule and other logistics at http://www.creativity-conference.com.
The Center for Creative Emergence was founded by Michelle James. TCCE provides Whole-Brain Creativity Consulting, Coaching and Facilitating services.
The Center for Creative Emergence
8630-M Guilford Road, #329
Columbia, MD 21046
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