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Why is conventional thinking just not good enough?

26th September 2017 | Paul Sloane

In this video, Paul Sloane, author of The Leader's Guide to Lateral Thinking Skills, discusses how conventional academic approaches aren't always the best route to go down. Instead, people should look in to lateral thinking in order to become better leaders in business.

Conventional thinking looks at problems straight on, whereas lateral thinking comes at the problem from a different direction in order to achieve better results.

The Leader's Guide to Lateral Thinking Skills, by Paul Sloane, will help you to improve your lateral thinking skills, boost the creativity of your team and kick start innovation in your organization.

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