Applied Creativity

Creating a Culture for
Risk & Innovation
A Guide for Leaders

Successful leaders of innovation establish a climate that encourages employees to be creative and to take risks. They commit to a culture that clearly communicates its support of individuals and teams who take intelligent risks and seek to innovate. In such cultures, wise risk decisions are celebrated, regardless of outcome, and learning from both failure and success is required. Unfortunately, many leaders reward only final success or, worse, punish those who fall short because they moved beyond the boundaries of safe choices. Innovation leaders communicate expectations and design organizations that make continuous innovation the norm.

Creating a Culture for Risk & Innovation™ helps you encourage entrepreneurial innovation and risk-taking in your organization. You will learn to stimulate, support, and coach employees to be creative, curious and courageous. You will identify barriers to creativity and innovation and develop ways to decrease their impact. As a result, you will be able to lead people and organizations toward greater innovation and more intelligent risk-taking.

For more information on Creating a Culture for Risk & Innovation™, click here.

Creating a Culture for Risk & Innovation™ is a copyrighted program of Barnes & Conti Associates, Inc.

Program Objectives:

As a participant you will:

  • Understand the leader’s role in supporting innovation and managing risk factors.
  • Assess how your personal approach to innovation and risk affects your leadership style.
  • Identify, practice, and apply leadership skills that encourage intelligent risk and innovation.
  • Analyze and assess your own organization’s culture and plan for an environment that stimulates and supports creativity, intelligent risk-taking, and innovation.

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