Learning the tricks of the trade : innovation in the workplace
There is no substitute for learning and practising under continuous guidance. This is equally true for organisations that want to foster innovation. Talking about innovation does not help. Innovation training is instumental for innovation thinking.mumbai Updated: Jul 18, 2012 17:16 IST
R Sridhar, Innovation Coach, IDEAS-RS has just launched a unique “Innovation Coaching” programme. It is unique because it is a dual coaching process that involves one-on-one coaching for the business leader and group coaching for his immediate reports.
This dual process recognises the specific roles that the business leader and his team need to play - alone and together - to deliver innovation that matters. It is a six month engagement process that delivers specific outcomes relevant to the business leader and his team.
The one-on-one coaching process for the business leader is based on Gerard Egan’s three step helping process. The group coaching process is based on Creative Block Busting© - a proprietary process that helps break habitual thinking.
R Sridhar brings to the table his rich experience from the fields of advertising, brands and consulting. He was Director at Ogilvy India and worked there for 25 years. Business Leaders who have seen his presentation “Innovation Coaching - what it is, what it does” believe that what he has to offer is timely and relevant.