You are the director of an organization and you are tasked with training your management team on creative problem solving, leadership, and employee motivation.
Create three bullet-point handouts on each page (three pages total - one for each topic below) to distribute during your training session. The handouts must address the following topics:
Creative problem solving: Describe approaches to creative problem solving and ways to encourage creative problem solving among employees.
Employee motivation: Identify ways to generate motivation during times of organizational change.
Leadership: Identify the role of the leadership in the innovative culture of an organization.
Note. Each handout must contain at least three main points or topics and must not be more than one page in length. There are no stipulations on how to format the handouts. Be creative with fonts, styles, and formatting. If you include images, keep the images small to limit the size of your document. Double space your paper. Cite your images and references according to APA standards.
Format your paper in accordance with APA standards, using a title page, in text citations, and a reference page.
Training Handouts Name Institution Date Training Handouts 1. Creative problem solving Application of Lateral thinking as a creative process of problem-solving among employees Lateral thinking is a technique used to alter individual perception of a specific problem but requires a lot of reasoning. This is a good strategy applicable in a situation where logic reasoning might not be useful (Caroselli, 2011). Lateral thinking is one of the preferable ways of problem solving because it moves our minds away from pragmatic thinking Using lateral thinking people can come up with an unorthodox solution to a problem .this may also make an individual discover some of the solutions, which he had not considered previously (Caroselli, 2011). Lateral thinking involves influencing other attitudes In problem solving, individual nature, characteristics, and creative decision-making are important (Caroselli, 2011). When utilizing lateral thinking, the cause of the problem is irrelevant Lateral thinking is a tool that can be applicable not just in solving problem but also making an important decision Lateral thinking moves our ideas and perceptions in different directions that were not previously explored (Caroselli, 2011). Methods and tec