Des techniques ou exercices créatifs (fr)

Il y en a beaucoup ! Voici une liste de certains exercices et approches qui peuvent vous aider à penser autrement :

  • Des questions ouvertes du type « et si… ? » (« What if… ? »)
  • Utilisation de techniques visuelles telles que le dessin, la pâte à modeler ou autre, pour visualiser un processus
  • Mindmapping ©
  • Des jeux
  • Discussion libre ou discussion menée par le facilitateur
  • Utilisation des rôles, tels que « les 6 chapeaux » d’Edward De Bono
  • Jeux d’associations pour créer des liens entre une chose et une autre
  • Utilisation de différents stimuli, tels que des films, des livres, des images…


Brainstorming – introduction (fr)

Published by Dan Steer

For the last 17 years, I have been helping businesses and individuals to achieve their goals through delivery of tailor-made learning and development initiatives. Most of the time, I deliver training, coach individuals, facilitate brainstorming sessions, round-table meetings and workshops. As a consultant, I help my clients to promote and profit from the infinite learning opportunities within and without their own organisation, drawing on my L+D management experience, strategic approach and creativity, As a speaker, I inspire through story, humour and pertinent little bits of theory. I believe that the world would be a better place if people were happily working on their mission with competence and alignment to personal values. As a freelance worker since 2008, I have helped more than 11000 individuals to improve their presentation, communication, commercial, leadership and negotiation skills. I confront people with their own behaviour and convictions, facilitating and giving pertinent feedback and clear ideas on where to continue good work and improve. I seek to satisfy my clients with creative and to-the-point solutions… …and I make music, but no-one pays me much for it yet :-) First single here:

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