As an entrepreneur, manager or high-level employee, you are already naturally creative. This is what gives you your competitive edge in the work place; and builds you as a leader in your field.
But, your creativity needs continuous nurturing to thrive. It’s easy to plateau or feel uninspired because your workweek is long and you always have millions of tasks to get through on any given day. You need a boost of inspiration every now and then so you can keep your edge and continue to produce original work. Your creativity cannot and should not be ignored or taken for granted because you risk burning out or having creative block.
Your creativity deserves attention.
Nadia Tabbara’s Seminar based on her practical guidebook Harness Your Creativity will reignite your creative power.
In the Seminar:
- Participants will choose a topic, project or goal at work
- Nadia will introduce several tools from her book and how to use them
- Tools will be practiced in an engaging and thought-provoking method
-Everyone will get a chance to interact with each other and their own creativity
- A copy of Harness Your Creativity for future reference
Who should attend this seminar?
- Entrepreneurs (founders and their team)
- Marketing & Advertising industry professionals
- Finance & Banking professionals
- Managers and admins
- Human Resources professionals
- Anyone who makes decisions at work constantly
- Anyone who works inside a creative field and juggles management with creativity
Tuesday 19 June
6:00pm – 8:00pm
*schedule some time for post seminar networking
*includes a copy of “Harness Your Creativity” published by Turning Point Books
Sign up is a must *spots are very limited*
For questions or info:
Contact name: Lara Mekkawi
Phone number: 01759328
About the Author:
Nadia Tabbara is a writer and creativity coach who has been researching, developing and testing her creative methodology for over a decade. She has coached various types of profiles, from entrepreneurs to artists, and continues to do so in Beirut, Lebanon where she is based. In 2005, she received her BA in both Film and Writing from Emerson College in Boston and headed to New York City where she would work in the Film industry for over 5 years on major Hollywood films such as “Step Up 3D”, “The Adjustment Bureau” and “New York, I Love You” and popular TV shows such as “Bored to Death” and “The Good Wife.” During this time, she continued her training with award-winning screenwriter Jacob Krueger, where she spent over 2 years in his specialized studio finishing her first (of many) feature film screenplays. She moved back to Lebanon in 2011 and has since opened FADE IN:, growing it into a writing hub focused on educating aspiring writers on the creative process. She is also a professional screenwriter, heading her Writers Room to create internationally competitive television content.See more