The hidden mind: Hare brain, tortoise mind.
Dispel the belief that fast decision-making is best and to show the importance of allowing the unconscious thinking-process time and space to flourish.
In this lecture John Cleese challenges the basis of the decision-making processes prevalent in most of today's organisations. Cleese proposes that there is a pressing need to harness the power of unconscious thinking. Allow the 'tortoise mind' to overtake the 'hare brain' and more fresh and unusual ideas will be the result.
Creativity in management:
Open and closed modes of thinking.
Help people understand how to think creatively.
In this lecture-style presentation, John Cleese talks about how leaders can induce an open mode in their team members and establish confidence in them to accept that there is a succession of learning steps on the road to total quality.