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Thursday, June 25 • 12:00pm - 1:30pm
The 7 Habits of Highly Insightful People

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What do the most successful, persuasive and creative people around the world have in common?  Insightfulness: the ability to grasp the hidden nature of people, process and problems via intense curiosity, honed intuition, powerful questions, and the endangered art of listening.  

Insights are the human inspiration for creativity and ideas. But what is an insight? And how can we discover more of them as an individual or as an organization?

Please come to this session prepared with the accompanying handout of all seven habits to follow along, print, keep on your person at all times in the event of an insights emergency. There is also a pre-worksheet for you to review. 

What will you learn or experience as a result of this program or session?
  • How an insight is different from a fact.
  • Why insights are so critical to the strategy and creative process.
  • The seven simple “habits” to help you instantly become more insightful.


How might the content of this program or session change your perceptions, habits, ways of working, or view on the world?
  • They will dig deeper in their work from asking what people are doing to why they are doing it.
  • They will have a simple insight vs. fact test to use in any situation.
  • They will get a better sense of their insight habit preferences.


How might you apply what you learn or experience in this program or session?
  • In the fact finding phase of CPS.
  • In empathy phase of Design Thinking. 
  • In their personal and professional relationships for deeper connections.

Speakers
avatar for Cherri Prince

Cherri Prince

EVP, Head of Growth, Seed Strategy Inc.
Cherri has spent almost 30 years in advertising, marketing and innovation using Creative Problem Solving! She has been credited with something called "the Cherri Prince hard no" which is a foolproof way to firmly but politely establish clear boundaries. Using Creative Problem Solving... Read More →
avatar for Corey Beilstein

Corey Beilstein

SVP, Head of Human Behavior and Design, Seed Strategy
Corey is a CPS "sophomore." Last year was terrific. He learned so much that he applies to his roles as a facilitator, emcee, and moderator. In those roles, Corey constantly challenges himself to strive for clarity and draw the best insights from the groups he leads. He loves that... Read More →



Thursday June 25, 2020 12:00pm - 1:30pm EDT
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