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Human evolution has taken us from agricultural technologies, through an industrial revolution, to the information age. Now, with every piece of known information at our very fingertips, we’ve entered an age where learning facts and figures alone is not enough.
In the conceptional age , leaders need to cultivate skills at the intersection of left-brain analytics and right-brain creativity. People with the ability to combine individual elements and put them together to form something greater will become the most valuable assets of an organisation.
So the challenge is: How do we adapt organisational culture to amplify creativity, act with more intention and empathy, and foster a spirit of innovation? The answer: By finding more space.
Impactful events need to be less theatre-style, more theatre-production. In the conceptual age, events must exist at the intersection of left-brain theory and right-brain experimentation. They must allow participants the freedom to explore new ideas in unexpected contexts while forming powerful bonds through human connection.