Teaching and Learning

Creativity and Innovation

Note to self: This could be the “personal” part of the course. If so, what would the “organizational” part look like?

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I have a vision for each person who takes the course. I want him—or her—to passionately love what he [or she] does. Not love it because he makes a lot of money or gets recognition or becomes powerful. These are nice, but they’re byproducts. He loves it because it’s immensely fulfilling independent of the conventional trappings of success. It’s a calling—not a “job” or a “career.”So, a successful outcome is when someone who participates in my program, one, understands and accepts this vision for herself, and two, determines that she will not settle for anything less.The rest of life now becomes a journey to bring this about. There is no destination. The journey is all that there is, and it can be very, very joyful.

By Richard Brisebois

I help companies develop their leaders. I help managers develop themselves and their teams.
Richard Brisebois is a leadership development professional who has worked with 7,000+ managers, leaders, and business owners in 40+ countries, from Fortune50 executives to SME business owners and tribal leaders. He specializes in designing and facilitating leadership development programs as well in team coaching.