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Reinvent yourself: Unleash your creativity

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston via edX


Leading companies look for innovative thinking in new hires and for career advancement. Yet only 1 in 4 of us feels truly creative. Time to reinvent yourself and unleash the creativity lying dormant in all of us.

Dr. Roberta Ness, featured TED speaker, author, and one of America’s leading creative thinking innovators, will guide you through her exclusive 5-step program to being an effective innovator. Learn to break free from your usual thinking pattern and start generating creative solutions to life’s challenges. Sharpen your powers of observation, make surprising associations, expand your idea space, and even master how to think backwards. Hone your creative thinking skills by solving real-world problems from business and science.

The funding for this course was made possible by the UTHealth Innovation in Cancer Prevention Research Training Program (Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas grant #RP160015). The content is solely the responsibility of the creators and does not necessarily represent the views of the Cancer Prevention Research Institute of Texas.

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Dr. Roberta Ness

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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous completed this course and found the course difficulty to be medium.

    I could only audit this course and had no time to engage with any of the exercises or the final project. I found the subject matter to be very interesting and the videos are engaging and explained the content well. I took lots of notes, packed full of useful ideas to build upon. I have given a medium difficulty as the material is new to me and I could only watch the videos. Given an opportunity, I would like to complete this course.

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