Using Art to Reignite your Motivation and Innovation | Future of Learning
Kenny White takes you through practice techniques from different artistic disciplines that can revitalise teams and spark fresh momentum.
As remote working drags on for many, it may be time to re-energise colleagues and employees who are feeling bored or uninspired. Whether you are a newbie or WFH (work-from-home) veteran, let Kenny White take you through practice techniques from different artistic disciplines that can revitalise teams and spark fresh momentum and innovation.
About the Speaker
Kenny White is Chief Creativity Architect at Funworks, the creative agency using psychology, neuroscience, and fun to generate extreme collaboration and progressive design thinking. He has been realising creative solutions for business giants like Netflix, HP, Starbucks and ESPN for the past 18+ years. Six years ago, he decided that bringing fun into business processes was the main driving force for creativity, yet many businesses just weren’t getting it, and so he co-founded Funworks. He has unique expertise in activating individuals’ creative energy through the science of fun, and integrating that creative energy into problem solving, team cohesion, marketing and product development. He has also been published in Harvard Business Review and Fast Company.
About the Future of Learning (FOL)
The Future of Learning is an annual event featuring inspiring local and international speakers, happening on 7, 8 and 14 Aug. The objectives of FOL are to introduce tools and strategies to supercharge our learning, enabling us to learn better, faster, and for longer, and to inspire lifelong learning. This year’s theme is ‘Staying Creative When Life Feels Monotonous’, which spotlights creativity as the essential skill for thriving in the future economy, especially during this pandemic, when our worlds have become smaller, jobs have been redefined, and we have had to learn to pivot to the ‘new normal’.