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House of Hope Orphanage
Gressier, Haiti • 2014
Alison Cohen is facilitating a long-term planning process to transition this key resource for children in Haiti through the loss of its dynamic founder, Alice Bartole, who died in July. Alison is working with a team, including partners Canadian Feed the Children and Food for the Poor Haiti, as well as interested donors and volunteers, to ensure that this home to 130 children can continue to house, clothe, educate, and nourish them.
Leading Innovation Teams
Fort Myers, Florida, USA • January 2014
Tim Hurson led a team of facilitator/teachers (including Dan Bigonesse, Franca Leeson, and Ginny Santos) in a four-day course on Leading Innovation Teams. This intensive training retreat helps participants develop their potential as powerful catalysts to help their organizations think smarter, work better, and be more competitive.
Florida Creativity Weekend
Sarasota, Florida, USA • March 2014
Tim Hurson and Franca Leeson will present at the Florida Creativity Weekend, a conference for awakening creative potential. Participants will explore creativity in many forms through hands-on and interactive learning, music and movement, connecting and innovating.
Sestri Levante, Italy • April 2014
Join Tim Hurson, Tim Dunne, Maggie Dugan, Franca Leeson, and Liz Monroe-Cook at the 12th annual CREA Conference. This is the most important annual date in Europe devoted to creativity and innovation, focusing on the learning and application of methods, tools and techniques for the development of creative thinking. The ThinkX consultants will each be presenting various workshops and seminars relating to innovation.
Oradian Core Microfinance Systems
Zagreb, Croatia • April 2014
“Wow!! Your keynote presentation was amazing, inspiring, and so meaningful to all who were fortunate to participate…You are truly a motivational speaker and successfully challenged us to think more creatively and improve the way in which we work with others.” — Comment on a previous Tim Hurson keynote presentation