Title

The Republic of Creative Thought: How to Incorporate Creativity in Your Work and Everyday Life

Presenters

Jerry JonesFollow

Location

Harborside Center

Strand #1

Academic Achievement & School Leadership

Strand #2

Social & Emotional Skills

Relevance

This proposal has significant implication to the 27th annual National Youth-At-Risk Conference, specifically relating to strand one and strand two. Strand one: Academic achievement-This proposal shares strategies related to enhancing creativity and critical thinking. Strand two: Social and Emotional Skills-This Proposal looks at techniques that leaders can use to change school and work place climate. It looks at life skills, motivation, as well as enhancing the social climate of adults and students.

Brief Program Description

A systematic approach to encourage others to be creative. It focuses on how to create a meaningful ecology and further it describes, evaluates and rewards creativity. It empowers others to lead others to the waters of creativity and explores their capacity to think inside and outside the world we share.

Summary

This proposal focus is on how those who are in positions of influence can affect others in positive interactions as well as sitting the right focus for creativity to develop. Those who attend this poster session will be given practical and helpful tips that they can take back to their workplace or share with significant others.

Evidence

Most of us are not trained to spend time on development of the right hemisphere of the brain. Generally daily living is governed by the right hemisphere. The seat of all habits and physical health might depend upon encouraging and working on development of the right hemisphere of the brain. Medical doctors and those in leadership roles now see daily, how a positive attitude influence others there by creating an ecology of success.

Format

Poster Presentation

Biographical Sketch

JD Jones is on the Graduate Faculty in Leadership at Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, North Carolina. He served with the United States Navy worldwide and is an honorary submariner. JD taught school in Guatemala, Central America. He is former Superintendent of Schools in Roane and Morgan Counties in West Virginia, and was the first Joseph Oxendine Endowed Chair in Leadership at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

Presentation Year

2016

Start Date

3-8-2016 4:00 PM

End Date

3-8-2016 5:30 PM

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The Republic of Creative Thought: How to Incorporate Creativity in Your Work and Everyday Life

Harborside Center

A systematic approach to encourage others to be creative. It focuses on how to create a meaningful ecology and further it describes, evaluates and rewards creativity. It empowers others to lead others to the waters of creativity and explores their capacity to think inside and outside the world we share.