How to Find Your Inner Inventor

AIChE Webinar
Originally delivered Jul 15, 2008

Learn about your “Inner Inventor”, and find ways to recognize, tune in, and enliven your creative genius. Discover how, when you are working at your best, you have the greatest possible access to knowledge, insight, problem solving, and creativity. This powerful state can produce remarkable results – even greater than you expect. Some call the power 'archetype'. This webinar offers practical tips for recognizing and maximizing your Inventor/Creator Archetype.

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Janet Britcher

Janet Britcher is president of Transformation Management. Her success derives from her expertise in: executive coaching, organizational development, and human resources, along with her own extensive management experience. This rich background provides reference points that assist clients in achieving change, and developing management and leadership skills, in the context of their own organizational culture and systems.

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