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BOOK LAUNCH ANNOUNCEMENT
A Mindful Approach to Team Creativity and Collaboration in Organizations: Creating a Culture of Innovation
I am very pleased to announce the release of my new book, which debuted at #1 in New Releases on Amazon.com in Medical Occupational and Organizational Psychology AND Clinical Psychology and #2 in Human Resources on launch day, September 17, 2020.
This book explores how mindfulness and contemplative arts practices can help to foster team creativity and collaboration in organizational settings. Such a mindful approach to creativity offers new possibilities for facilitating organizational creativity and innovation. Combining theory and practice, it presents a series of mindfulness and contemplative arts exercises to accompany the five levels of the model. This book is a useful resource for students, coaches, consultants, facilitators, and organizational leaders seeking to understand and foster creativity and collaboration in teams and organizations.
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I am offering a free webinar on October 22nd, 2020, at Noon Central Time to preview the book and share how you can use it to support creativity and innovation in your organization. Registration is now available using the button below.
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“The perfect book for leaders interested in integrating mindfulness and contemplative arts into the structure of their organizations. Dr. Rothouse’s experience as a musician and long-time meditator gives her approach a deeply authentic quality that can inspire cohesion and collaboration in teams.”
- Steven Pritzker, Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Encyclopedia of Creativity
“This book is an essential addition to the rapidly growing field of organizational creativity… it will be immensely valuable to scholars and organizational leaders alike, enabling leaders, coaches, and facilitators to build a culture of collaboration and innovation within their teams.”
- Scott Barry Kaufman, author of Transcend: The New Science of Self-Actualization