Creativity Keynote Speaker James Taylor has been featured in Forbes, BBC and The Wall Street Journal and his clients including many of the Fortune 500.
Creativity Keynote Speaker James Taylor is a top-rated motivational keynote speaker, entrepreneur and author, with extended expertise in creativity, innovation, change and productivity. For 20 years, Taylor has been traveling around the world, giving creativity speeches in 35 countries on all continents. His highly insightful and entertaining keynote speeches are focused on companies and individuals from industries including technology, banking, finance, pharmaceuticals, consumer products, healthcare, retail and more.
With clients from various corners of the world – the US, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East – Taylor has provided insights to his large audiences on unblocking creativity and ways of accelerating innovation, increasing productivity, and adapting to change. His top clients include companies renowned for their creativity and innovation such as Apple, Sony, Dell, IBM, Intuit and Visa. Other companies to which he has provided insightful motivational talks on creativity include Bell, UPS, Tata, McDonalds, Chubb, Honeywell, Cisco, Accenture, Roche. He also collaborated with various national governments.
“James Taylor was a fantastic keynote speaker. His presentation was an insightful and entertaining closing keynote for the event audience. James also hosted a small group presentation for the G3 Company Sales Meeting earlier in the year that was also great.”
Kristi Kawana, Events & Marketing Director, G3 Communications
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General Information about Creativity for Meeting Planners and Prospective Clients.
Creativity is a mental and social process that involves the generation of new ideas or concepts, or new associations between existing ideas or concepts. Although we generally think of creativity as being related to the arts, music, or literature, it can be found in many more contexts and disciplines, including technology and the sciences. Creativity involves turning new, imaginative ideas into reality, making new connections between unrelated phenomena, or generating solutions to a large variety of problems.
Being creative and bringing something new into being required passion and commitment. Businesses can only benefit from daring to be creative and having among them creative individuals. For a company, being creative also involves a strong willingness to take risks and to progress through discomfort in order to get to the finish line and outcompete its rivals. However, these risks are worth taking since creativity gives a competitive advantage by adding value to certain services or products and differentiating businesses from their competitors. Being creative means being innovative, and being innovative is what the companies of the future are all about. Take IBM, Apple or Tesla: their creativity and innovation makes them the technological leaders of our contemporary societies, and gives them the competitive edge they currently have.
In addition to booking James Taylor as your creativity keynote speaker here are some of the most popular books on creativity:
It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be
by Paul Arden
Start with Why
by Simon Sinek
Confessions Of An Advertising Man
by David Ogilvy
Made To Stick
by Chip and Dan Heath
by Edward De Bono
Here is a selection of other creativity related conferences and events that book [topic] keynote speakers:
The Creativity Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland
The ACM conference on Creativity & Cognition, Venice, Italy
World Domination Summit for Creative Entrepreneurs, Portland, Oregon, US
ANA Brand Activation & Creativity Conference, Virtual
Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI) Conference, Scituate, MA, US
There are a number of highly rated podcast shows that cover all things creativity.
The Goal Digger Podcast
The Strategy Hour Podcast
The Worklife Podcast