How to Innovate, Inspire, and Thrive at Work


Enough with that stuck feeling

Did you know we are in a crisis?

87% of the global workforce feels stuck from a lack of a creative outlet (Gallup)
82% of professionals feel discouraged to take a risk at work (Gallup)
76% of professionals said workplace stress had a negative impact on their personal life, and 16% have quit jobs because the stress became too overwhelming (Korn Ferry)

An estimated 264 million people globally suffer from depression and anxiety caused by work costing the global economy $1 trillion each year in lost productivity (World Health Organization, 2019)

How did we get here? Is there anything we can do about it? One thing is clear. We urgently need to transform the way we work and cultivate people before it is too late.

Rethink Creativity breaks down that all too common feeling and proves that by reconnecting with your own innate creativity you can enhance your personal and professional life. How? By allocating time each day to change up your daily routine. Whether you’re looking to further your own personal advancement, are tasked with managing a team, or are at the helm of an organization, you’ll benefit from Monica’s proven strategies, thought provoking questions, and effective training techniques.

What they're saying...

You’ll enjoy this if you want to learn how to:

Be more
Be more agile
and resourceful
Be more
Lead your team to
be more creative
Lead your company to
be more innovative

About the Author

Monica H. Kang is a creative educator who is transforming today’s workforce through the power of creativity. She is driven by the belief that everyone is innately creative and that creativity can be used to catalyze personal and professional change.

As the Founder and CEO of InnovatorsBox®, her deepest satisfaction comes from seeing individuals realize their full potential and talents through creativity.

Monica is a recognized thought leader in creative leadership and education.

“Somewhere along the way, we received the message that growing up meant growing out of creativity. It’s time to get reacquainted with our long-lost childhood friend.”
– Monica H. Kang, Author, Rethink Creativity


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