Cook, Jo
December 2016
Training Journal;Dec2016, p11
Trade Publication
The author shares her view about creativity and being creative. Topics covered include different forms of creativity, her writing and design of learning solutions, ability to fail and try gain, hard work, creative solution, creative strength, and strategic thinking. She also mentions the role of passion, emotion, energy, and time in creating something unique or different.


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