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I have a question for you.

Would you agree with this statement?

One of the most important things to continuing growing (in business and in life) is to always be learning.

I would bet that you are thinking “YES!” to yourself.

And you would be right.

After all, new knowledge and new insights form the basis of all the greatest breakthrough ideas.

Nowhere is this more important when it comes to innovation and creativity.

If you have been following my work, you know that I place immense value on the proven insights from other innovation and creativity experts on what is working in their research and with their clients.

It drives me to continue improving and helping others enhance their capabilities to develop and execute on their ideas.

In fact, I went out of my way recently to find 50 of the world’s top experts on innovation and creativity research and methods.

Nick Skillicorn interviews innovation and creativity experts

Me (Nick Skillicorn) in front of some of the experts I interviewed for you.

And then I interviewed them, asking them to share their secrets on what really makes a difference in making the most of your ideas and executing your innovations.

The real golden nugget secrets.

The ones learned from years of experience, as well as the most up to date research from psychology, neuroscience and innovation management.

The ones which scandalously had been lost behind years and decades of academic journal paywalls, corporate non-disclosure agreements and lack of a public voice.

What they revealed to me was astonishing.

I learned things which I would never have had access to otherwise.

Or been able to learn in the world’s best universities.

And here is the good news:

I want to share all these secrets with you.

I am hosting a unique training webinar (video) called:

Finally revealed: The Insider Secrets from the Innovation and Creativity Experts</h3

And it’s free.

All you need to do is click the button below, select the time which works best for you (there might be one starting soon), and enter your name and email to have the access details sent right to you.

It is a live training session, where you will learn the core, most distilled secret insights from all of the expert interviews.

And best of all, it is less than 1 hour.

You can fit it into your lunch break!

I learned things like:

  • Where in the brain creativity actually happens?
  • Why managers reject innovative ideas?
  • How to balance the current needs of the company with the requirement to change and grow?
  • How to manage innovation projects to reduce risk, increase speed and improve success rates?
  • How to get leaders to agree to let their staff innovate more freely?

And now, I want you to have the best insights from these secrets, by getting access to this unique, exclusive free webinar training, RIGHT NOW:

All of the experts which Nick Skillicorn interviewed

All of the experts I interviewed

In fact, here is a full list of all of the experts who were interviewed, and the secrets they discussed with me:

  1. Where in the brain does creativity happen? – Dr Arne Dietrich (Author of How Creativity Happens in the Brain)
  2. Understanding the new “Jobs to be done” theory of innovation – Karen Dillon (Former editor of Harvard Business Review, Co-Author of Competing Against Luck)
  3. How your workplace and surroundings affect your creativity – Leigh Stringer (Author of The Green Workplace)
  4. Finding the new concepts and insights to take your company forward – Michael Graber (Founder of Southern Growth Studio)
  5. How improvisation helps you play the scene you are really in, not the one you wished for – Shad Kunkle (Touring member of Second City Chicago)
  6. How Innovation Culture is the only sustainable competitive advantage – Soren Kaplan (USC Center for Effective Organizations & Author of The Invisible Advantage)
  7. The Ten Types of Innovation – Nick Skillicorn (Innovation and Creativity expert, Author, Speaker, Founder of Improvides Innovation Consulting)
  8. The evidence of why managers ignore creative ideas (even when they think they don’t) – Dr Jennifer Mueller (Author of Creative Change)
  9. Creating a culture of innovation aligned to strategy – Cris Beswick (Author of Building a Culture of Innovation)
  10. Why you can’t just perform other people’s ideas your whole life – Peter Cook (Author of Leading Innovation, Creativity and Enterprise)
  11. Finding out what facilitates your creative flow – Adam Meggido (Co-creator of Showstopper! The Improvised Musical)
  12. How insights from strangers can bring new ideas into your company – Dr Alan Gregerman (Author of the Necessity of Strangers)
  13. Why you shouldn’t implement the best practices of other companies – Stephen Shapiro (Author of Best Practices are Stupid)
  14. What the latest research is telling us about creativity – Dr Mark A Runco (Editor of the Creativity Research Journal)
  15. Triggering innovative thinking using new prompts – Holly Green (Founder of The Human Factor)
  16. Understanding the Three Horizons innovation framework – Paul Hobcraft (Founder of Agility Innovation)
  17. The five stages of the creative process – James Taylor (Host of the Creative Life Podcast)
  18. How to market your creativity to get paid what you’re worth – Jeffrey Shaw (host of Creative Warriors podcast)
  19. Finding your creative personality type – David Goldstein (Author of Creative You)
  20. Harnessing the power of constraints for innovation – Drew Boyd (Author of “Inside the Box”)
  21. How to banish your inner critic – Denise Jacobs (Author of Banish Your Inner Critic: Silence the Voice of Self-doubt, Unleash Creativity, and Do Your Best Work)
  22. What makes creative individuals and teams, according to the latest research – Dr Mark Batey (Manchester Business School)
  23. Keeping innovation management simple by finding real insights – Dr Kevin McFarthing (Founder of Innovation Fixer)
  24. How idea management help get the best ideas across a whole company – Simon Hill (Founder of Wazoku)
  25. How to use the structured Creative Problem Solving method – Gregg Fraley (Author of Jack’s Notebook)
  26. How leaders can stop taking up space and start making space for innovation – Mark Bidwell (CEO Innovation Ecosystem and Chairman BC Platforms)
  27. The power of storytelling in innovation – Mitch Ditkoff (Founder of Idea Champions)
  28. The 4-C model of creativity – Dr James Kaufman (Author of “Creativity 101”)
  29. Regaining your sense of self and your own ability to be creative – Patti Clark (Author of This Way Up)
  30. How Expert Generalists can think of problems differently with analogies – Dr Art Markman (Author of Brain Briefs: Answers to the most (and least) pressing questions about your mind)
  31. How to create a safe space for disruption – Janet Sernack (Founder of ImagineNation)
  32. The 7 Fatal thinking flaws that prevent great ideas – Matthew E May (Author of Winning the Brain Game)
  33. The spark (eureka moment) and grind (hard work) of creativity – Erik Wahl (Author of The Spark and the Grind)
  34. Research shows creativity levels are falling over time. What can we do to reverse this trend? – Dr KH Kim (Author of “The Creativity Challenge: How We Can Recapture American Innovation”)
  35. How lateral thinking helps you innovate from new perspectives – Paul Sloane (Author of Think like an Innovator)
  36. How to pick the right moment to innovate – Gijs Van Wulfen (Founder of the FORTH Innovation methodology)
  37. The difference between individual creativity and group creativity – Dr Keith Sawyer (Author of Zig Zag: The Surprising Path to Greater Creativity)
  38. How different perspectives and strategic detours can affect innovation – Mike Brown (Founder of Brainzooming)
  39. Insights from running 1,000+ brainstorming sessions – Bryan Mattimore (Author of 21 Days to a Big Idea)
  40. Research on how framing a problem can drastically change how creative you are – Dr Roni Reiter-Palmon (Editor of The Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts)
  41. Losing your fear of being “mad, bad or wrong” – Neil Mullarkey (Actor and Co-Founder of the Comedy Store Players)
  42. Finding the right problems to solve – Greg Satell (Author of Mapping Innovation)
  43. How to stop an ego from blocking innovation – Jorge Barba (President at Baja California Innovation Cluster)
  44. How to challenge your assumptions and think in new boxes – Alan Iny (Head of Creativity at Boston Consulting Group)
  45. Why starting your innovation journey with a question is better than an idea – Warren Berger (Author of A More Beautiful Question)
  46. How to kill stupid rules which prevent you having the time to innovate – Lisa Bodell (Author of Why Simple Wins and founder of FutureThink)
  47. How the best innovation insights come from a sample size of one person – Taddy Hall (Principal at The Cambridge Group; Leader of The Breakthrough Innovation Project)
  48. The difference between NOWists and THENists – Dr Max McKeown (Author of The Innovation Book)
  49. Our misconceptions around creativity – David Burkus (Author of Under New Management & Myths of Creativity)
  50. The individualistic vs collectivistic people affect creative teams – Dr Jack Goncalo (Professor at University of Illinois)
  51. How becoming more connected with the world around you can help your creative energy flow – Austin Hill Shaw (Founder of Creativity Matters)
  52. How ambidextrous orgaisations can integrate innovations back into the company – Dr Ralph-Christian Ohr (Founder of Integrative Innovation)


That is a heck of a lot of content to give away for free.

And that’s when I started to run the numbers:

The video interviews took over 27 hours.

(That is ignoring the hundreds of additional hours organising them)

The experts I interviewed have written over 123 books on innovation and creativity research, many of them bestsellers.

Those books contained more than 37,475 pages.

At the average rate a person reads (which is about 20 pages per hour), these would take you around 1,873 hours to read.

If you were to read for 8 hours per day, this would take you around 235 days.

And considering that there are only up to 260 working days in a year, this shows the scale of knowledge I managed to gain in such a short time.

Now, there is this one thing I need to ask of you.

Only register for this event IF you are actually enthusiastic about taking action to build your innovation and creativity capabilities to the next level.

Some of the insights shared are pretty advanced and will be wasted if you are just looking for some motivational speech saying you can achieve your dreams with zero effort.

Real innovation and creativity comes from executing on your ideas.

And these insights will give you the edge in achieving that.

Best of all, in order to sign up, all you need to do is click the button below.

That’s right, I’ll be going through some of the most amazing insights into innovation and creativity, all by just clicking this button to get you free access to the webinar.

If you would want to check out which time zone it is for you, you can select that once you click the button.

Looking forward to seeing you there, and with providing you with some massive value.



PS. You can get free access to the webinar by clicking here.