REGISTER NOW to join us at the world’s longest-running creativity conference – the Creative Problem Solving Institute 2017 (CPSI) – from June 13 to 18 at the University at Buffalo North Campus in Buffalo, New York!
Hosted by the Creative Education Foundation (CEF), CPSI focuses on deliberate creativity, innovation and change leadership. CPSI (“SIP-see”) teaches practical creativity skills and tools in an inspiring learning environment.
“CPSI serves as a haven for business leaders, educators, researchers and consultants who yearn to stretch the limits of their understanding and practice of creative behavior.”
– Teresa Amabile, Professor and Director of Research, Harvard Business School
No matter your experience level with applying deliberate creativity, you will find what you need at CPSI, whether you are a professional, a teacher, a student or a life-long learner. Professionals will learn the principles of Creative Problem Solving (CPS) to grapple with complex business issues. Teachers will roll up their sleeves in Educator Track classes to learn how to bring creativity into the classroom. Everyone can select from an array of dynamic, hands-on creativity workshops – ranging from Tools and Techniques, Personal Growth, Current Topics and Research, Strategic Innovation, and the Arts.
World-class facilitators create an active-learning environment at CPSI, focused on helping you move ideas into action. Prepare to be transformed, inspired and empowered by the power of deliberate creativity. The Creative Problem Solving Institute is THE creativity conference you don’t want to miss!
Register to bring 5 or more people from your organization and receive a 30% discount off the Full Registration rates!
CPSI 2017 IS PRESENTED BY:
Creative Education Foundation | Journal of Creative Behavior
THANK YOU TO OUR CPSI SPONSORS:
“Learning creativity processes, discussing ideas and concepts with thoughtful leaders in the field, and having lots of fun is what you get at CPSI.”
– Oliver Kern, Head of SkillCamp, Bayer CropScience, Germany