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Learning Trends & Innovations SIG - MARCH 2021 (VIRTUAL)

  • 09 Mar 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • VIRTUAL
  • 29

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Living as Form

ATD CAPABILITY MODEL: 

Personal: Communication, Emotional Intelligence & Decision Making, Cultural Awareness & Inclusion, Lifelong Learning

Professional: Professional: Career & Leadership Development

Organizational: Organization Development & Culture, Change Management, Future Readiness

Description

Art is the essential vehicle by which we can train people in creativity. Attaching art to civic practices is what constitutes Living as Form. In this presentation we will explore some foundational elements to establishing learning environments that are civic creative practices.

Understanding "Art" as a behavior distinguished from "Artifact" as a product, is essential to preparing our young people for the modern world.

Author, Daniel Pink, said, it was "found that at the top of the agendas of global business and public sector leaders there are three widely shared perspectives. First they believe that a rapid escalation of complexity is the biggest challenge confronting them. Second they're equally clear that their enterprises today are not equipped to cope effectively with this complexity in the global environment. Third agree overwhelmingly that the single most important leadership competency for organizations to deal with this growing complexity is creativity."

Presented By: 

Thomas Bosket, SALT Program Manager, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Sullivan County

Click here to read Thomas's bio.


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