Michelle James

MICHELLE JAMES

Creativity catalyst and coach Michelle James, CEO of The Center for Creative Emergence, works with solo-preneurs and business organizations to help them unlock and focus their creativity to develop their signature approaches; draw out new solutions, strategies, services and products; and create inspired work. Using the principles of emergence with creativity, she developed the Creative Emergence Process®. Her techniques has been featured in numerous publications and on television.

How Appreciative Inquiry Can Help you to be More Creative: Interview with William E. Smith, Ph.D.

Appreciative inquiry gives us the power to transcend current models, thinking, judgements and structures, so we can realize more of our creative potential, explains William E. Smith Ph.D, President of ODII. Bill is an innovative thinker and practitioner in the field of leadership, organization and social development. He's developed new, creative approaches to organization for multinational corporations, governments, and villages all over the world.

9 Practices for Cultivating Creative Aliveness

Are you looking for a way to feel more creatively vital, more alive? Here are nine practices that can help you to cultivate your creative self.

Weak signals, connections and leveraging networks are keys to creativity: Smyre

To creatively prepare for the future in an era of great transition, we need to pay attention to weak signals and look for conections in everything, says futurist Rick Smyre.

15 Foundations for Facilitating Creativity in the Workplace

Here are lessons learned from 12 years of creative facilitation in business, from creativity expert Michelle James.

7 reflection tools for navigating the unknown and exploring new territory

In a world filled with accelerating, unprecedented change, the ability to navigate the unknown and explore new areas is becoming an essential skill, says Michelle James.

What the Self-Organizing Principles of Improv Theater can Teach Us About Business Creativity

Michelle James explores the fascinating connections between adhering to the principles of improvisational theater in a performance and being able to adapt, create and improvise effectively in the work place.