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ICL Talk: Thinking Upside Down



Speaker: Jim Prior: CEO The Partners and Lambie Nairn

Series: Innovation, Creativity and Leadership (ICL) Talks

The Innovation, Creativity and Leadership (ICL) Talks are a series of seminars hosted by the Centre for Creativity in Professional Practice. The talks take place on the second Wednesday of every month and will cover a wide range of topics linked with innovation, creativity and leadership. The talks are free to attend and open to the public.

Thinking Upside Down: Ten ways to think creatively about problem-solving

Jim Prior: CEO of WPP-owned brand consultancies The Partners and Lambie Nairn

In this talk, Jim will present a 10-step how-to guide to using creativity to approach problems from a new perspective, using real examples.

6:00pm - Networking with wine & nibbles
7:00pm - Talk starts

Jim is a passionate advocate for the use of creativity in strategic thinking and is inspired by the pursuit of wholly original solutions to business problems. He regularly speaks about the need for creativity to form a more prominent role within business, and has been featured in The Times, The Independent, The Financial Times, The Guardian, Wired and Management Today, speaking about creativity and business issues. He is also a blogger on The Huffington Post and a producer and speaker at TEDx conferences.

We encourage everyone to arrive in good time for the 6:30pm start of the talk. Arriving late is disruptive to the speaker and the audience. So why not join us for networking before the talk starts.

Please note that the registration form once submitted will take you back to this page. You should receive an email confirmation to the email address you provided. If you have not received an email confirmation within 60minutes, email us

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6.00pm - 8.00pmWednesday 14th May 2014

College Building City, University of London St John Street London EC1V 4PB UK

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