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USING CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS
The Enterprise Center at Salem State University
121 Loring Ave | Salem, MA, 01970
October 25, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 10:30 am
Using certain parts of the brain can lead to optimal performance and creativity. Learn the top three qualities necessary for prospering in today’s marketplace and the two changes you can make today to improve creativity and innovation.| FREE
Jennifer Carey, Ed.S, LMHC and Dayna Wood, Ed.S, REAT, Co-Founders, ic3 Consulting
Co-Sponsored by MA Small Business Development Center
Jennifer Carey EdS, LMHC
Jennifer’s experience in psychotherapy, mindfulness, and interpersonal communication are highly-valued skills that are difficult to find, but of crucial importance, to the work of optimizing company culture. Jennifer holds a Master's and Specialist degrees in Counselor Education from the University of Florida, as well as a Reiki Master Practitioner certification. She has experience in the profit, nonprofit and educational sectors. Her clinical work included running a Dialectical Behavior Therapy group where she learned how to teach and apply mindfulness. Jennifer ‘s skill set and experience in human performance optimization techniques are effective across a broad spectrum of businesses, helping both individuals and teams find a new purpose and engagement in their lives . Her own passion for personal growth is evident in her work. She loves any opportunity to cook and share a meal with family and friends.
Dayna Wood EdS, REAT
Dayna’s background is in psychotherapy, the creative arts, and brain science. As a licensed counselor in New York and Florida, Dayna has worked in several different industries, as well as with individuals in private practice. She applies brain science-based methods to help busy professionals and corporations improve creativity and innovation, and achieve their full potential. Dayna earned a Master’s of Education and an Education Specialist degree in Counselor Education from the University of Florida. She received a Certificate in Creative Arts Therapies from The New School in New York City and is a Registered Expressive Arts Therapist (REAT). Dayna combines out-of-the-box thinking with solid scientific research, so her clients get the best of both worlds. She is an enduring student of the arts and enjoys dancing flamenco and playing with her Leica camera.