There is no returning to normal after this pandemic. The world will be different once all of this is over. At this moment in time, all of us are just looking to survive and thrive in the future. But how do we do this when the very structures of our lives have been unearthed?
We adapt and change. Hunkering down is the worst thing anyone can do. We are already in the midst of a massive shift in how we work and how industries stay alive. Evolving to change with the times is the only way, and that can be done through one thing.
In today’s episode, Tamara Ghandour talks about innovation. We all come with different strengths, so innovation isn’t one-size-fits-all. Tamara tells us the dominant triggers in our own innovation, and how we can appropriately develop innovation in a team.
Whether you’re a business owner or part of an organisation, you know that change is the new normal. So tune in to this episode now!
What We Talked About in This Episode:
- Why Innovation Is Needed in the Midst of a Crisis
- Change is Positive and Here to Stay
- Defining Innovation
- Developing Innovation from a Collective and Individual Perspective
- Understanding my Everyday Innovator Style
- What Are Dormant Triggers
- Collaboration Based on Power Triggers
- Building a Team of Different Types of Innovators
- Creating a Culture of Innovation
- Book Recommendation and Daily Rituals
About Our Guest:
Tamara Ghandour is the founder of Launch Street, an organisation that is all about recognising and developing innovation, and helping people understand how innovation can become a key element in their business.
To reach Tamara, order her new book, or take the FREE Innovation Quotient Edge (IQE) Assessment to uncover your unique innovation strengths, go to Launch Street’s website: https://www.gotolaunchstreet.com/
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