In Lauren Dixon’s latest column in the Rochester Business Journal, she discusses how leaders can inspire creative ideas, even in today’s virtual world. To preview a few tips, Lauren suggests finding the right place to work, embracing the benefits of virtual brainstorming, writing it down first and speaking last, and trusting the experts.
As she notes, “For all that remote working to be possible, we’ve had to accelerate the pace of our ‘digital transformation’ and embrace virtual meetings and collaboration tools. And while technology has allowed us to stay connected and productive, many leaders are still concerned innovation and creativity will suffer. But it doesn’t have to.”
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