Robert Gerlach Releases INNOVATOR'S HIGH
NEW YORK, Feb. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Innovator's High provides new insights on creativity, such as: the #1 reason why people have their best ideas on the job, an unknown secret behind the innovators Leonardo da Vinci and Steve Jobs and why great artists never steal. Creativity coach Robert Gerlach also reveals, how to transform negative feelings into creative power, he explains how to Karate chop writer's block, how to eat creativity and how to find ideas during crunch time.
"Creative work in companies is like going fishing, but with a gun pointed to your head telling you to hurry up or you are out!" said Gerlach. "Innovator's High helps with tolerating uncertainty under time pressure, and works to bridge the gap between creatives and managers in order to move breakthroughs forward."
In Innovator's High, managers find plenty of helpful tips and guidelines on fostering an inspiring culture, such as: why investing in stylish furniture won't necessarily increase resourcefulness and what actually will and how to support out-of-the-box thinkers to deliver creative excellence.
Innovator's High comes with over 40 colored infographics and illustrations, two paradigm shifts, countless examples and 96 tips to help creatives build up creative muscle, cope with tight deadlines and feel Innovator's High. This jam-packed guide is for anyone creative, everyone who thinks they are not creative and especially supervisors who need to manage and motivate out-of-the-box thinkers.
For more information, visit www.innovatorshigh.com.
Innovator's High by Robert Gerlach is available on Amazon and iBooks.
About Author: Driven by the question: "Why am I creative in one company and not in another?" Robert founded the training academy iQudo sport of ideas in 2006. Since then, the creativity coach has pioneered the invention of new methodologies to help facilitate creative knowledge to designers, employees and managers of numerous companies, such as Amway, Microsoft BASF, SAP and Samsung. To stay on top of the creativity game, the German-born coach mentors theses at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT-EnTechnon).
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