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Creativity & Profitability – A Journey of Discovery

December 12, 2012

Date: December 12, 2012
Time: 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Cost: Free
Location:  The Urban Forest, 93 Albert Street

An intentional conversation is a conscious decision to talk about the things we really need to talk about, but often avoid. In today’s market, innovation is the key to success, maybe even our survival. But the fact is you can’t have innovation without creativity. As creatives we know we can spin in circles chasing our creative tails without being profitable and producing the results we hope for. We need to see ourselves and our talents and abilities with ‘new eyes,’ if we hope to discover the possibilities that exist for us to establish sustainable and enjoyable creative careers.

The very creativity that inspires and informs our artistry is the creativity we need to apply to our careers. This revelation unlocks possibilities for cooperative partnerships and applications of our creativity we never dreamed of and leads to greater innovation and profitability in our lives and in the lives of those around us.Rik Leaf - Creativity and Profitability

Instructor: Rik Leaf

Rik Leaf is a professional performer, producer, recording artist, author and founder of the Canadian performance collective, Tribe of One, featuring French, English, First Nations and Métis musicians, dancers, painters and poets. Rik has spent over 15 years working in the highly competitive music, TV and film industries.

To register your attendance, please contact Lindsey at admin[at]creativemanitoba.ca or call (204) 927-2787.

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