Introduction to Values-Based Innovation - Faculty and Staff Edition

12:00 P.M. - 1:30 P.M.

Event Type: Innovation Development
Location: Virtual Sessions
Fee: Free

We will explore the importance of understanding your own Values Perspectives. A value is a human quality to which we attribute importance that we express through what we think, say, and recognize in what others say and do. Values-based innovation refers to values, i.e., notions of the desirable, held by individuals or a social group that provide a basis for inspiring, directing, and evaluating innovation. Values may fulfil integrative, directive, and generative potentials for and within innovation projects. This workshop will explore your values perspectives and the importance of values alignment in nurturing the culture of innovation within organizations.

Facilitator Bio

Raeshelle Morris holds a Masters in Leadership from the University of Guelph, a double major honors Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Organizational Studies from the University of Western Ontario, and she is also a certified project manager (PMP). She is trained in Creative Problem Solving, Values-Based Innovation through Values-Perspectives, Design Thinking, Change Management and Human-Centred Design. She has also obtained her Green Belt in Innovation Strategy Management through Innovation 360.