A Roadmap to creativity 

CEOs that report the most success in navigating the rapid changes and increasing complexity in the global economy have high scores in creative leadership.

The Right Brain Project helps leaders design their very own Roadmaps to Creative Leadership. Participants are tested with radical new approaches to creative challenges and exposed to roadblocks that inhibit creative leadership and management. After completing our programs participants are energized and able to bring new strategies destined for solution to both their personal and professional lives.


Have you ever heard someone tell you that they aren't a "creative type"?  Perhaps you've even said that yourself.  If so, you'd probably be surprised to hear that creative insight is wired into the cellular architecture of the human brain.  And like any skill or talent, can improve greatly with strategic and targeted practice.

Using interactive dialogue, activities and experimentation, our team of Neuroscientists will take you through our brains vast network of connections to help leaders understand both their and their team's limitless potential for creative insight.  We will also discuss the physical, social and emotional aspects of a workplace culture that will enhance creativity, collaboration and productivity.


Our  creativity workshops are designed to rejuvenate the creative spirit. The workshops are led by a faculty of designers, writers, musicians and improv coaches – all leaders in their respective fields. In the workshops, participants are introduced to a variety of creative experiences along with new ways of thinking and acting. Participants learn to replace old practices with new and it is in the action of creativity that participants come face-to-face with their creative self.


If you walk into a space where creativity is a natural expression of the people who work there, you’ll immediately sense the presence of something unique.

The Human Aspect of Creativity inquires into the factors that define a creative culture.

In our work we introduce people to distinctions that enable them to see new opportunities to be creative and to take creative action in areas where they were previously stopped. Examples of distinctions we employ include listening for creativity, creative risk taking, communication, collaboration and many more.

When people apply the distinctions in their organizations, barriers that previously limited their creativity are replaced with opportunities that promote creative collaboration, action and innovation.




First you jump off the cliff and you build wings on the way down.
— Ray Bradbury