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Creativity is not Just for Artists Anymore November 10, 2015 Posted in: Courtney Feider, Price Associates Blog

The Emerging Trend of Looking at Business from an Artist’s Perspective

When many of us hear the word “creative,” we so often envision artists and graphic designers. Yet there is a new undercurrent of thought emerging in the business world surrounding creativity and its impact for more than just branding and innovation.

Courtney Feider, the latest addition to the Price Associates team, talks with us about practicing creativity, the power of failure, and why she believes that all people are creative. Courtney is a Creative Disruption Strategist who specializes in helping companies identify and build upon untapped creativity in their cultures.Read More

So You Say You’re Not Creative? How Creativity Can Make You a Better Leader February 15, 2016

Host Dale Dixon talks with Creative Disruption Strategist Courtney Feider about what it means to be creative in the workplace and how creativity can make you a more valuable leader. Courtney is a leadership advisor and speaker with Price Associates. Follow Courtney @courtneyfeider

Futuristic Thinking. Painting a Picture of the Slice of Life You Desire. April 12, 2016

In this short video, Price Associates team member and creative disruption strategist, Courtney Feider discusses the importance of building the skill of Futuristic Thinking and tips for how to do so.

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Sustaining Growth in Tough Times January 1, 2016

Can growth have a dark side? For many businesses, rapid growth has actually swamped their ship. This was not the case with Latva Machine Inc., but president, Mitch Latva, observed a few critical issues developing. As a smaller company, it had been easy to know what was happening on the floor at any given time. Read More

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