GO CREATIVE!

Art-Based  Learning For Organizations

To Grow, Excel and Flourish

Why Go Creative?

Artist and creativity corporate coach Gaia Orion understands that creativity does not have to be confined to the arts and that it can be uniquely mobilized in the service of learning.

Research supports this idea, indicating that arts-based education promotes creative thinking and problem-solving skills, and fosters innovative leadership competencies. Arts-based training is already used in many sectors, from law firms to fortune 500 companies, local councils to non-profit organizations.

I’ve been in the corporate coaching business for 14 years and I have never seen anything like this. What you are offering to teams is just fantastic!

Cindy Stradling, Athena Training and Consulting

Bringing Go Creative in our office was a unique and enriching experience…these workshops increased the depth and cohesion of our team and reminded us how we each are a valuable and essential part of the company.

Susan Pahl, Shift Coaching

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Customized Hands-On Coaching For Your Organization

Beforehand, Gaia Orion puts together an assessment by talking to various team members. She then tailors coaching exercises that will be specifically geared for your organization. This unique, hands-on coaching encourages cooperation, creative thinking, and long-lasting, experimental learning. 

Go Creative’s main goal is to see your team members collaborate at an optimum level so that they deliver the results your organization needs.

Meet Your Creativity Corporate Coach & Artist

Gaia Orion

Gaia Orion is a registered corporate coach (WABC) and a certified creativity coach (CCA) who has more than 10 years of experience leading transformational creative workshops in the private and non-profit sectors.  She uses her intuitive leadership style to inspire and empower.

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