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The second edition of Creativity Week has sparked enthusiasm.
Promoting and sharing best practices for more creativity and innovation and giving Hager Group employees the chance to share with each other are just some of the ambitions of Creativity Week. From 24 to 28 April, Hager Forum and CAEIS, Corporate Advanced Engineering and Innovation Services, organised a packed programme to help boost creativity.
In total, nearly 250 people took part in the activities: the opening conference (livestreamed on Facebook), the stools customisation workshop and the Lego Serious Play®.
Some people were able to follow the inaugural conference “Close your eyes to see more” by Eric Brun-Sanglard, a visually impaired interior architect, which many people described as moving. You can watch it or rewatch it on Facebook, Linked In and YouTube as well as his three key tips for developing creativity (video in French).
Another day, another format: the Lego Serious Play® workshop during which employees expressed the conditions for fostering creativity within Hager Group:
"Creating a favourable atmosphere; having time for observation; mixing people (young, old, disabled, from different cultures, etc.); getting them to exchange; stepping outside the box; allowing ideas to sink in; opening up to the outside world; being able to be inspired using a 360 degree approach; stepping outside the box; being entitled to be wrong; exploring new ways of doing things; working with different people."
Finally, 240 people voted for their favourite customised stools created by employees.
We are looking forward to the next edition!