Halloween is a fun time for the kids. It’s also an opportunity for adults to enjoy the spirit of Halloween and the massive amount of creativity surrounding this annual event.
Look at the creative costumes, creative decorations, creative treats, creative tricks, creative invitations, creative parties, creative food, creative drinks. Halloween is full of creativity.
It takes similar imagination to get people enthused and engaged, but when you do, your creative efforts will pay off.
Heighten your organization’s level of creativity to achieve positive outcomes.
How can the spirit of Halloween inspire you and your teams to be more creative? Creativity can lead to positive outcomes such as a fun workplace that’s more enjoyable and productive than ever. In turn, this can lead to improved customer satisfaction and greater employee engagement.
Challenge yourself and your organization to think creatively by asking:
- What is one more action we can take to create?
- A more fun work environment?
- A more productive workplace?
- Greater employee engagement?
- Improved customer satisfaction?
- Positive outcomes in your business needs?
For some leaders, creativity comes naturally; for others, it’s a painful challenge to avoid or its importance is ignored. Creativity in the workplace requires leaders to embrace change, which could be at the root of the problem.
But don’t give up; the characteristic of being creative can be developed. For a creativity boost, this Inc. Magazine article 25 Ways to Be More Creative can help immensely.