As adults, we problem solve on a daily basis:  at home and at work, for others and for ourselves…it becomes a natural part of what we do, and for the most part, we do it without a thought of what it takes to go through the problem solving process.  We instinctively make a choice and move forward.

The creative process allows for imagining, building, and developing something unique and remarkable in response to a problem or challenge.  Using creativity in our jobs, in our time off, or even in stretching resources, we may use this process as a means to solve problems as well.

But what if you use the creative process as a means beyond problem solving and reacting?  As a means of to create leadership potential and the life you strive for?  Sign up for this interactive and intriguing course to expand your concept of creativity and learn to purposefully and intentionally achieve what you dream.

Saturday: April 21, 2012
Time: 10:00-1:00
Location: Lamar
Cost: $20
A light lunch will be served. 

RSVP here.


Aimee Troxclair Hansen
Aimee has worked for the past 18 years in the field of development, including both individual and organizational development.  She received her Masters Degree in Organizational and Leadership Development from Gonzaga University, and has received her designation as a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation.  As a personal interest, creativity and innovation has been an area of focus for Aimee for many years.

Connie McLeod
Connie is the President of the American Advertising Federation-Baton Rouge. She received her degree in Advertising/Journalism from LSU. She has been an Art Director for over 30 years and won numerous awards for her work. During her career she has worked for ad agencies, higher education, nonprofits and has done freelance design. She is currently Senior Graphic Designer for Woman’s Hospital.