Managers and employees alike can learn how tapping into the diverse perspectives of the workforce can lead to extraordinary results at this year’s Disney Institute, Aug. 6, in the Morgan Library Event Hall on the Colorado State University campus.
A brilliant idea can come from anywhere. While The Walt Disney Company is known for translating creativity into innovative products, services and business solutions, this is only possible because of its carefully crafted environment that fosters idea generation and implementation.
The all-day “Disney’s Approach to Creativity and Innovation” will discuss the important connection between effective leadership and a culture designed to foster continuous creativity and innovation. During this course, attendees will learn techniques to capitalize on employees’ diversity and uncover new solutions to business challenges great and small.
Trainers from Disney will be on campus to share techniques that make this possible.
“This is the third year we have offered the Disney Institute on campus, and previous sessions have sold out quickly,” said David Ramsay, director of strategic relationships for Morgan Library. “We are honored to be able to bring this amazing program to campus again.”
In fact, all seats reserved for members of the CSU community have been filled as of June 25. There are still spaces available for members of the general public.
Tuition to attend the Disney Institute on Creativity and Innovation is $499; $399 for registrations received before June 30. That covers instruction from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., as well as all course materials.
Registration is required by Aug. 5 and available online at the Library website.
On Aug. 7, Disney will present a special 90-minute course for CSU employees only. For more information, contact Ramsay at firstname.lastname@example.org.