Thomas Edison is widely considered to be the most successful innovator in history. Norwell's extensive research into the lives and practices of more than 130 successful innovators has reaffirmed Edison's preeminence. Those who attend an Edison Event will benefit greatly by an increased understanding of Edison's approach to innovation. Vivid illustrations from the innovation methods of many other innovators will also be included.
All sessions are designed using Immersion Learning principles. In the Immersion Learning activities, participants are deeply immersed into the learning experience. Because of this approach, they remember what they learn for a much longer period than through traditional learning methods. Longer retention results in applying principles for a longer period of time. As a result, principles will more readily become established patterns of behavior.
The setting at the Chateua also contributes greatly to the Immersion Learning effect.
Participants will take a personal innovator assessment based on the innovation practices of Thomas Edison and other successful innovators. Using the results, participants will be engaged in many activities to help develop their own innovative skills. These include:
•Accommodations at the luxurious Pleasantdale Château.
•Carefully designed visits to Edison's home, workshop and factory
"This has been an almost unbelievable experience. I will never be the same. Thank you." -CEO
"I told my wife on the phone just now that she needs to clear her calendar for the weekend. We will have a lot to talk about." -Marketing Manager
"I had a life altering experience." -R&D Manager
Participants averaging rating of this course is greater than 4.5 out of 5.
During the Event participants will become immersed in numerous innovation principles developed by Edison and practiced by most successful innovators today. For example:
Principle: All successful innovators are leaders (but, not all leaders are innovators).
Applied Learning: Discover effective innovation leadership traits and how to develop them.
Principle: The ability to focus mind and energy almost always determines innovation success.
Applied Learning: Can tenacity be developed and enhanced, and if so, how?
Dr. Paul Israel
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