- Humor & Creativity Room designed to provide a place for you to bring out your creativity & humor & apply it to your work.
- Focusing on humor in the workplace.
Lindsay Collier on how to create breakthrough change in organizations. Helping you to tap creativity and innovation in all types and sizes of organizations, Lindsay has the capacity to change the way you and your associates think!
Whoever said breakthrough change had to be a painful experience?
A creative thinking expert and futurist, Lindsay Collier taught creative thinking and future scouting processes to hundreds of people and facilitated ideation sessions for all levels.
He designed and set up the Humor and Creativity designed to provide and to bring out your creativity and humor and apply it to your work.
He has been on NBC Today and CNBC and featured in the Wall Street Journal and is a popular on topics related to creative thinking.
His clients include organizations of all types and sizes to include several Fortune 100 companies.
His innovative work as a futurist combined with a vast knowledge of creative thinking and organizational change process has resulted in some very unique and powerful techniques to help organizations create futures they never thought possible.
He will challenge your thinking in ways that are thoroughly entertaining.
His book, How to Live Happily Ever After; 12 Things You Can Do To Live Forever, even comes with a money back guarantee – if it doesn’t result in your living forever your money will be cheerfully refunded.
Books by Lindsay Collier
- Get Out of Your Thinking Box; 365 Ways to Brighten Your Life and Enhance Your Creativity and The Whack-A-Mole Theory
- Creating Breakthrough and Transformation in Organizations
- Gardening as a Great Metaphor on Life
- Organizational Mental Floss: How to Squeeze Your Organization’s Thinking Juices
- Add Humor to Your Life; Add Life to Your Humor (Living Your Life To the Fullest)
- The Funniest Book You Will Ever Read. Period (Live Your Life To the Fullest)
- Organizational Braindroppings; Musings on Organizational Change
- Quotations to Tickle Your Brain