Effectively and understandably communicate your ideas and concepts
Watch recorded training webinar program at your own convenience. The
online workshop lasts 1 hour. Includes facilitated activities training
video and handout.
Online from your own computer. You will be emailed a link to access the
WHAT YOU GAIN: • Learn how to communicate your concepts and ideas so that they are understood and remembered
• Use tools and strategies to be a better communicator
• Create new message ideas for your concepts
• Engage in activities and techniques to brainstorm creative communication
DELIVERABLES: • A PDF of all training materials used in the webinar • Innovation Step-by-Step eBook
$177 per Participant, or
$897 per Group (up to 10 people from one organization)
Ready to Start? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Want On-site Events? To bring our training and facilitation to your organization, please E-mail Darin Eich, Ph. D.
Your Facilitator & Trainer:
Darin Eich, Ph.D. President, BrainReactions
Darin Eich has a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Darin
is an innovation and leadership program facilitator and researcher. His
experience and research from hundreds of innovation sessions and
programs contributes the key elements of the processes taught by
BrainReactions. He is known nationally for his high-energy,
entertaining workshops and speeches that enhance leadership development
and creativity. Darin has helped many organizations enhance their own
innovation, idea generation, product development and marketing efforts.
From Fortune 500 companies and global nonprofits to universities and
start-up entrepreneurs, Darin's systems and activities have proven
effective for a variety of industries and challenges.
Online Leadership Training Workshop:
Strategies & techniques for memorably communicating your ideas and concepts
you have problems of your new ideas, concepts, and innovations not
taking off internally in your organization or externally to your
stakeholders and clients? Could it be a problem of communication? Did
people learn, understand, and get engaged with your new idea? Learn how
to engage and help others learn and understand what you've created. We
will facilitate you through our best practice system of activities to
generate new ways of communicating your concept so it sticks.
• Learn, gain tools, and get your communication
work done with a facilitator during this 1-1.5 hour online workshop on
how to communicate your concepts. •
Develop your communication skills, generate ideas, and develop a simple
way to get your message across memorably in this interactive training
experience. • Create engaging communication concepts for your new products, services, campaigns and move into innovation action!
This webinar will be valuable for you if you’ve ever encountered these problems in your work:
A great idea doesn’t go anywhere because people don’t understand it or are motivated to collaborate on it.
New ideas don’t get put into action internally or externally.
A new product or service launch requires new and more creative ideas than before.
Change is happening faster and new communication ideas are continually needed.
You need to more naturally present and persuade with your ideas simply and memorably so others can take a risk.
Idea and Concept Communication and Action:
and communicate concepts that stick! You may have generated good ideas
and a great concept but then how do you communicate it so that it
sticks with people? How do you show the story so people can understand
your idea and will collaborate with you as you launch into the real
world? We will show you some of the best practices and innovations used
for communicating your new concepts. We will show you and facilitate
you through starting with a number of simple and effective strategies:
Create a concept story.
Create a concept map.
Communicate with visuals.
Communicate with metaphors and analogies.
Communicate from your feet without notes.
Communicate your story online.
Create a rapid concept prototype.
Bring an idea or concept with you and we will help you develop ideas to communicate it so that it sticks!
During this workshop, you will learn to become a more memorable
communicator in your professional life, acquire techniques on how to
develop and deliver presentations that are more effective, and build
your confidence as a communicator.
This online workshop is facilitated by BrainReactions.
BrainReactions has worked with the most innovative companies in the
world to help them generate ideas for how to communicate their products
and services. We learned from their methods, but we have also developed
our own toolset that will help you continually create simple and better
messages. Brainreactions is experienced, personal, and easy to train
with if this is your first webinar. They have led numerous innovation
and leadership webinars, most notably Innovation Training and Brainstorming programs.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
groups and individuals from a variety of organizations can participate
in this workshop. Since we all work with ideas and communicating them,
this webinar is general and applicable to a diversity of individual
roles and wide variety of companies and nonprofits. Here is an example
of some companies who participate in our online innovation training and
This is a BrainReactions Training
BrainReactions helps companies and
individuals innovate new products, services and marketing concepts by
teaching research-based innovation techniques that systematically
increase new product innovation and improve sales of existing products.
BrainReactions also uses its proven methodology to train and select
idea generators for professional brainstorming. In addition,
BrainReactions is known for creating Innovation Trip, a week-long
program that teaches idea generation as an integral part of the
innovation process. Innovation Trip was identified as an innovation
learning trend by BusinessWeek.
Clients: Industries include banking and financial services, automotive,
consumer products and services, software, non-profits, and small
businesses, for example: Inventables, United Nations, Intuit, Pitney
Bowes, Procter & Gamble, Bank of America, Council on