Equip Yourself For The Age of Creativity
We are on the verge of an Age of Creativity that will require a new set of superheroes to build better businesses and cultures across all industries. An age when the most important skill in business will be creativity.
Our book Creative Superpowers is a collection of essays edited by Creative Superheroes Laura Jordan Bambach, Daniele Fiandaca, Scott Morrison and Mark Earls. The essays tackle and unpack four primary superpowers of maker, hacker, teach and thief and empower you and your teams to develop skills and emerge as a fully fledged Creative Superhero
Laura Jordan Bambach, CCO of Mr President, introduces the superpower of Maker and explores, through a series of essays on everything from architecture to noise making, how the act of making itself can awaken creativity.
Scott Morrison, Founder of the Boom!, introduces the superpower of Teacher and how taking on board the concept of learning, unlearning and relearning is vital to our future survival.
Daniele Fiandaca, Co-founder of Utopia, introduces the superpower of Hacker, how hacking help you tackle problems in different ways and how a series of small changes can effect large-scale culture change.
Mark Earls, Founder of Herd Consulting, introduces the superpower of Thief and how the full spectrum of stealing, copying and borrowing can provide the fast-track to creating new ideas.
“The good news? Our brains are wired to rewire.”
We’re incredibly proud of our contributors who are all Creative Superheroes to us. Thank you for taking the time to explain and explore the four Creative Superpowers of Maker, Hacker, Teacher and Thief.
Alistair Barr, Copy Good, Copy Bad, Copy Smarter
Annicken R. Day, Using Hacking to Build Better Business
Hugh Garry, Have You Had Your Brain Hacked Recently?
Faris Yakob with Rosie Yakob, Same Same But Different
David Erixon, Doing-by-Learning
David Pearl, Street Wisdom: Answers Are Everywhere
Nadya Powell, Learning in Reverse
Kerry Friend, Maker Culture in South Africa
Justin Smith, J Smith Esquire
Morihiro Harano, What Makes for Great Making?
Lucas Abela, Shared Noises
Lizi Hamer, How Making Maketh the Creative
Ravi Deshpande, How Hacking Helped Build One of the World’s Largest Economies
Rosie Yakob with Faris Yakob, Same Same But Different
Bruce Daisley, VP EMEA, Twitter and author of Joy of Work
“A book that made my brain fizz— makes idea creation seem achievable for all of us.”
If you are a business that wants to get ahead in this new Age of Creativity, there are three ways that we can help your team equip themselves with the Creative Superpowers of Making, Hacking, Teaching and Thieving:
creative superpowers workshop
We offer half day or full day workshops where we share and embed the four Creative superpowers of Maker, Hacker, Teacher and Thief in your organisation
Expect your team to come away equipped with new tools to unlock their creativity and practical skills on how to solve problems and come up with better ideas.
creative superhero speakers
Hacker, Makers, Teachers and Thieves. Storytelling maestros, food experimentalists, hate mailers, diversity champions, and fashion technology pioneers.
Just a taste of the wonderful spectrum of thought leaders we have. If you are searching for an unforgettable speaker session for your event then look no further.
A one and a half hour workshop where we share the key ingredients of creativity and end with a session on hacking; breaking down problems so they can be solved quickly.
You’ll come away with actionable ideas to implement in your business enabling you to inspire a more creative culture.