Episode 4

Season 2: Cultivating Creativity

What can happen when we remember that creativity is a process? Amy Climer studies and teaches creativity, including how to lead in a way that explicitly supports creativity and the creative process. Hear what Sir Ernest Shackleton understood about leadership, how imagery can unlock better connections, and what nobel prize winners do that the rest of us can emulate.

GUEST: Amy Climer

Dr. Amy Climer teaches teams and organizations how to increase their creativity so they can maximize innovation. She works with forward-thinking organizations such as the Mayo Clinic, Stanford University, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Her clients describe her as approachable, inspiring, and transformative. She has a Ph.D. in Leadership and Change from Antioch University. She developed the Deliberate Creative™ Teams Scale to help teams understand how to increase their creativity. Amy is also the host of The Deliberate Creative™ Podcast where she shares practical advice and strategies to help leaders build innovative teams. She lives in Asheville, NC. When not working, she’s often whitewater canoeing or building something in her wood shop.

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About the Podcast

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Lead with a dash of Play
Re-claiming space for compassion and creativity in the workplace

About your host

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Mary Hendra

Mary Hendra is an executive leader and entrepreneur bringing curiosity, creativity and compassion back into the workplace, into our civic spaces and into our opportunities for adult learning.

In addition to hosting "Lead with a dash of Play," Mary creates unique cohort experiences built on stillness, creativity, and compassion - with a dash of play. Learn more about Mary's work here: https://maryhendra.com/playground/