By improving our SOFT skills, we can foster stronger interactions and communication with others, strengthen our capacity for functional cooperation, and create conditions for teams to manage creative processes. Participants in the course will gain knowledge about themselves, their leadership and creative capacities, but also get tools that can support problem solving, through video lessons and practical exercises.
Numerous studies show that teams are far more likely to innovate, recognize mistakes faster and more easily, and develop better solutions to challenges and problems. At the same time, we know from experience that working in a team can be stressful, exhausting, and ineffective. We will explore the probable causes of this and present practical strategies for developing and maintaining positive team dynamics, which is essential to the successful development of businesses, startups, and organizations.
Design thinking has been employed for decades in the process of developing products and services that address the specific needs of consumers and the market. At the same time, this method has proven to be extremely useful in the process of solving complex social, economic, or environmental challenges that require multidisciplinary and intersectoral approaches in the process of designing long-term solutions that consider multiple perspectives. This workshop provides insights and tools for using this strategy in various creative and innovative activities.
This course enables organizations to build programs that directly respond to the needs of their community and audience through hands-on exercises, analysis, and strategic planning. The course outlines the most essential components that should be taken into account when establishing and designing programs and activities that nurture existing and attract new audiences by analyzing users and their individual demands, as well as organizational capacities.
Public institutions and non-governmental organisations in the CCI sector face challenges that need ongoing adaptation and improvement in reaction to local and global changes.
This course focuses on the transformation of these organizations' networking strategies, taking into account the new demands and interests of both the audience and the numerous stakeholders that define the fields of culture, art, and creative industries, as well as trends that bring social, economic, or technological changes.