The 534 Method: How to Think Innovatively and Generate New Ideas

AIChE Webinar
Originally delivered Mar 10, 2009

This fast-paced and idea-filled webinar will be fun to participate in and help you think in new dimensions. The 534 Method is about how to think with even more creativity. Creativity is defined as: “A change in the established way of doing things.” Today the operative word is “change”—political change, cultural change and change in the global economy. But it’s people like you who can design the future—by the way you think and act!

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Presenter(s): 

Joel Weldon

Joel Weldon is one of the most highly respected and sought-after speakers in North America, and has been an Idea Consultant and Speech Coach to many of the world's leading organizations and businesses for over three decades.
Joel is the only speaker to have earned all four of the highest honors in the speaking profession -- induction into the Speakers Hall of Fame, the coveted Communication & Leadership Award, The Golden Gavel, "for his profound impact on corporate America" and, in 2006, he was named "Legend of the Speaking Profession." As a former construction worker who turned...

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