arts and banking? The arts and productivity? At first,
an unlikely match, but innovation is like that, isn't
it? This learning has proven to be learning worth banking
Institute For Learning
Bank of Montreal
work is thoroughly inspiring! I look forward to working
together creatively again and again."
are still basking in the glow! Your contribution to the
success of our conference was magnificent!"
Center for Creative Leadership
International Creativity &
Innovation Networking Conference
have attached the comments
from your keynote evaluations and I have never
in my life read more powerful reflections from a
2 hour presentation. It's amazing! Maybe you should
market yourself as being in
the business of personal transformation and spiritual healers.
Please share the evaluations with your colleagues with
most sincere appreciation. And if you ever need a strong
reference for your work, send them my way."
Director Constituent Relations
and Curriculum Development
what other professional educators said about Creative Leaps
"Right after the music -- boom! People
went together. It accelerated that bonding and relationships
-- and got people
interacting at a level that normally takes much longer into
Robert Nalewajek, Chair,
in Management Conferences
-- out-of-the-box thinking -- is the kind of thing that
truly transforms governments.
Creative Leaps and the Concert of Ideas are examples of
how you use advanced thought and out-of-the-box thinking
new paradigms of action. And I've never seen anything else
that so clearly demonstrates this. Everybody I've had go
through this experience has liked it and been really
this concept. So, I'm a big fan."
"Debriefing the Concert of Ideas puts it into a leadership context. That's
where the connection is and that's what lasts. I have been through 12 of
the 15 Concerts of Ideas here at CEMM and I've learned something different every
" What is different about Creative Leaps is the mindset that they put you
into, the thoughts they cause you to think. Understanding yourself is very
important when you're trying to be a better leader. And this parallels what
they do with
the music in terms of getting you in touch with yourself and then bringing
this into the classroom and into the way you deal with people. This has been
message for me in my involvement with Creative Leaps."
Herbert Tillery, Deputy Mayor for Operations,
former Director, Center for Excellence
in Municipal Management (CEMM)