Become a learning journey innovator with Design Thinking
With this white paper and printables, you will learn how to spark your creativity for designing your learning journeys
Creativity is in everyone
DING DONG… I’ve got it! Many ‘eureka’ moments often happen when you don’t expect or hope for it. Coming up with creative ideas for your training or courses does not just magically happen. What it takes is the motivation to put in some time and have fun. That’s not easy, we know, but you really have it in you.
Through Design Thinking, you will work together with your participants and discover creative ways to improve your courses. In this white paper, we tell you how to do that and also, you can immediately get started with the do-it-yourself exercises in the printable.
What do you get after the download?
» Be Creative & Innovate Your Learning Journeys
A manual from which you learn how to get started with your participants in order to find out how you can improve your training/course creatively.
» Creative Thinking Methodes
Six DIY exercises to wake up your creativity
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