As Natalie describes in her important new book, creativity requires holding both wonder and rigor in productive tension. She shared this and other actionable wisdom recently with our team at SYPartners. Natalie dismantles the idea that creativity is the domain of the few, and shows how everyone can take the creativity leap.
Jessica Orkin, CEO, SYPartners
In her new book, Natalie Nixon provides a fresh new primer on how to cultivate creativity in the workplace.
Nir Eyal, Bestselling Author of Hooked and Indistractable
Drawing from among such varied fields as theatre, jazz, and dancing but also neuroscience, system dynamics, and (yes) even business, Natalie Nixon provides tools, techniques, and inspiration to improve your creativity quotient in order to innovate better, and more often. So take a leap and buy this book in order to not only generate more creativity but to turn it into a competency.
B. Joseph Pine II, co-author, The Experience Economy
In her book The Creativity Leap, Nixon invites us to bring our whole selves to work and to create with curiosity, improvisation, and intu- ition. Leaders that want to take the professional development of their team personally and see greater innovation in their organizations should read this book.
Erica Keswin, Bestselling author of Bring Your Human to Work
With this long overdue book, Natalie delves deep into skills and per- spectives necessary for success in a disrupted and dynamic world. For anyone with a desire to construct artful, impact-driving solutions people choose to lean in to, The Creativity Leap is a must.
Esther Franklin, Executive Vice President, Managing Director, Global Strategy and Cultural Fluency, Spark Foundry