In 2002 I had a major lightbulb moment.
I’d spent the last 5 years as a coach and change manager on large-scale transformation projects and had recently founded my innovation consulting firm to help people work better together and move through change more resourcefully.
Throughout my work, I’d consistently witnessed leaders and teams struggling to solve problems. They had difficulty collaborating with each other and using effective ways to uncover innovative solutions. They didn’t understand their problems deeply enough, and they left a lot of potential for great solutions and innovation on the table in favor of what was quick and easy.
It was clear they didn’t have an approach that was creative enough or deep enough to solve their problems in a way that would yield the best results.
Then I discovered The FourSight Thinking System, a method for helping people connect to their creativity so they can collaborate, communicate, and think better as teams.
Suddenly I understood why people had such difficulty working together and why we struggle to achieve what we’re collectively capable of!