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—  Marguerite Michelot-Burger,

IBM CHQ, Human Resources


“Lydia has a very good knowledge of the subject she deals with (neurosciences) which sheds very interesting light on the exercises” 


The purpose of this workshop is to make participants aware of creativity techniques. These creativity techniques are intended to encourage ideation and above all, to evaluate each of our ideas produced as being creative or not.
This workshop consists of a theoretical part and a practical part. In the theoretical part, I am inspired by creativity evaluation techniques used in research (psychology, cognitive neurosciences). I also use techniques applicable in equally effective companies. Almost every technique is followed by small practical exercises. In order to consolidate everything, group exercises allow you to understand all the techniques in a good mood.

What to expect

- Discover a set of creativity techniques

- A serious and scientific approach to creativity
- At the end of the session, be able to self-evaluate on the ideas that we produce
- Have a good time (++ team building)

what not to expect

- Do not participate during the workshop (so expect to use your brain and communicate!)

Location: at the customer

Travelling expenses:

- Free: Travel to Paris and the suburbs (maximum journey: 1 hour)

- More than 1 hour of travel in IDF: compensation to be determined

- Province: Travel (train/plane ticket) at buyer's expense

Point of origin for route calculation: Palaiseau or Bois-Colombes in Ile-de-France


Duration, Program & Number of participants

2h30 minimum of Workshop (depends on the number of participants)


- Introduction: ice-breakers and sharing exercises to get to know the group

- Scientific definition of creativity

- Presentation of the self-assessment method

- Divergent thinking: theory & practice

- Associative thinking: theory & practice

- Lateral thinking: theory & practice

- Biomimicry: theory

- - - - 10 to 15 min break - - - -

- Final exercises: putting into practice creative techniques

- - - - 10 to 15 min break - - - -

- Topo neurosciences: Creativity in business, in education and in the environment

- Summary

Number of participants:

Minimum 6


Material required

- Felts

- Pen

- Post-its

- Paper Board (optional)

- Projector (for slide show)

- Scotch, (White surface wide enough like wall/window to be able to stick the post-its)

NB: possibility of providing markers, pens and post-its

Support given to participants

- Memo sheet


NB: possibility to provide the slideshow if requested



A more creative mind produces more innovative ideas.


Effective methods to be more productive in meetings.


A moment out of working time to learn how to work better as a team.

Why this workshop and not another ?

It's a workshop that brings together good humor and learning! You will not only discover methods that can be applied daily to your work, but you will get to know your colleagues better to improve your future teamwork. In addition to the serious support that is offered (real techniques and in-depth research), it is an interactive moment where you will come out inspired and enlightened on the subject of creativity.

My strengths

Scientific approach

M y studies in neurosciences and my field experience on creativity (Brain Institute) provide a scientific approach to creativity. At each workshop, I explain not only the techniques used, but also the creative process in neuroscience. The content of my workshops is verified by research articles and is continuously updated.

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Theory & Practice

I alternate theory and practice so as to have a playful and instructive approach. The theory comes from research articles and psychological definitions. The practice is inspired by real laboratory tests.

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Fun & Cohesive

Each workshop is designed to discover the personalities of each and to work on group cohesion. In my workshops, we forget the hierarchy and the roles of each to express ourselves in joy and good humor!

Rubik's Cube

Everything for learning

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As a neuroscientist, I attach particular importance to learning. However, learning requires memory and validation. Thus, it is through numerous repetitions and group work that I inculcate the methods of creativity.

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