When I gave a talk for the inspiring employee engagement platform company Winningtemp, we spoke among other things about structure and creativity.
Is it so, that structure kills creativity?
I often get the question, as many people seem to have this concern — especially if they have professions that are considered ‘classically creative.’
My answer is: ‘No. On the contrary.’
Because, someone who has good structure can more easily and quickly complete all the tasks that are not immediately related to creativity, leaving more room and time (and energy!) for creativity.
What’s your opinion?
That’s how it is for me. How about you? Write to me and tell me.
Tools, value, and quick-witted questions
But, what did Winningtemp think of my lecture? Well, this is what Pierre Lindmark, CEO, wrote afterward:
“..of all the speakers who have been with us, you are the one who has concretely given us the most tools and value, which was evident in the evening’s discussions. You are really good and like your style of lecturing by interacting with the audience through both humor and quick-witted follow-up questions!”
Thank you for the invitation, Winningtemp!
Book a talk about structure
Do you want me to come to your SaaS company as well to give a talk about structure and productivity (and creativity!)?
I would be happy to. Let me know, and I will send you an offer.