Making a Marketer

Ignite Innovation & Creativity with Remote Teams - with Duncan Wardle

April 23, 2020

It's SO appropriate we're publishing this episode with the incomparable Duncan Wardle during "World Creativity and Innovation Week"!

Duncan has been a goal guest for us for quite a while, and he delivered. He especially delivered during a time where we're all having to work differently. Whether you're out of work or working harder than ever, the world shift has touched us all. And most people are working remotely.

There will be things you should hear... and maybe somethings your BOSS should hear, so be sure to share away!

A TOP quote from the show: "If you don't like change, you will hate irrelevance."

Our guest...

  • Duncan Wardle
    Former Head of Innovation & Creativity at Disney 💡 Keynote Speaker | Innovation & Creativity Consultant

    Drawing on his experience as Head of Innovation & Creativity at the world’s most creative organization, Duncan now serves as an independent innovation and design thinking consultant, helping companies embed a culture of innovation and creativity across their organization.

    His unique approach to "Design Thinking" places the end user at the core of the creative process, uncovering new and usual insights for innovation, and instantly propelling any business to greater heights. Reach out to him for:
    Inspirational Keynote Speaking
    ~ Creativity & Innovation Workshops

Duncan inspires us to think differently. He's a man who loves to lead workshops, so be prepared with a piece of paper and a pen!

NOW is the time to think about how we can approach this very unique point in time in a way that helps us all come out of it as better teammates, and as better organizations at a whole.

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