You are creative. Always have been. Cool, new ideas come to you all the time. In the shower. On the way to work. Even in your dreams. Where others see problems, you see possibilities. You are flexible, smart, and think on your feet. Which is why you were tapped to lead ideation sessions for your company.
You said YES, of course, and are glad you did, but over time your sessions have become… well… er… um … a bit predictable. Same people. Same process. Same creeping sense that you need to be doing something different.
The questions you are asking now? “How can you upgrade your brainstorm facilitation skills?” “How can you learn new and better ways of bringing out brilliance in others?” “How can the brainstorm sessions you lead be as good as humanly possible?”