RTII 901        Creative Problem Solving "FOUNDATION SKILLS"

Note: Course prices are current as of publication date, however they are subject to change without notice. Please contact RTII for current information.

Per Person Price:    $1195                                Firm Fixed Price:     Available Upon Request

Minimum Class Size:      20                                       Training Hours:     24

           Duration:      3 Days                                               CEUs:     1.5

This course, as all others offered by RTI, can be delivered at your location with the purchaes of 20 seats.  Call (706) 951-5685   

Delivery Method:   Classroom Lecture & Exercises

Intended Audience:

This course is designed for professional individuals that would like to improve their creative and problem solving ability. Course focuses on proven methodology and practical application.

Course Description:

To improve and enhance each participant's creative thinking skills and problem solving skills. Participants will experience an improvement in their creative thinking skills and see the power and efficiency of using a common problem solving process in a group setting. Problem solving efficiency and meeting effectiveness will improve. Individuals and groups will be able to discover root causes of problems as well as a wider range of solutions. Trial and error can be a slow and costly way to solve problems. This course emphasizes a methodology for organized problem solving. Each participant's creative awareness is ignited and fueled. Participants leave this workshop motivated to think creatively when approaching problems. This is a fun and experiential learning workshop that will be applied to real world problems.

Expected Benefits:

šIncreased awareness and understanding of creativity resulting in an ability to apply various problem solving tools to improve effectiveness.

šAn improvement in creative attitude:

· increased curiosity and sensitivity to problems and opportunities for improvement.

· increased awareness of one's own creative potential and skills.

· receptivity to others' ideas and input. · more tolerance for ambiguity and unstructured problems.

· increased desire to initiate new ideas and commitment to act on them.

šThe ability to use a common problem solving process when working with people from different functions having different styles of operating.

šImproved utilization of time while valuing the individual diversity of participants in a problem solving meeting.

For additional information, please contact our Training and Registration Center at (706) 951-5685 or visit our website at www.rtii.org