Welcome to our Facilitator Directory. The CEF community includes some of the most gifted and experienced facilitators of Creative Problem Solving, strategic planning, innovation, team building, change management, and more. Our online directory gives you access to a global network of best-in-class facilitators and trainers to help you deliver better outcomes by improving the effectiveness of your next meeting, session, workshop, conference or lab.
To be eligible to post on the Facilitator’s Database you must:
– Have been a Leader at the Creative Problem Solving Institute within the last three years.
– Be in good standing with the Creative Education Foundation.
All applications are reviewed before posting and final decisions about eligibility are determined by CEF.
- Subject Matter Expert / Speaker
- Effective Teams / Team Building
- Meeting Facilitation
- Innovation Facilitation (New products; services)
- Strategic Planning
- Training Others in Creativity/Facilitation/CPS
- Advertising / Branding / Marketing
- Business / Industrial
- Computer Hardware / Software
- Consumer Packaged Goods
- Financial Services
- Food & Beverage
- Health / Medical
- Human Resources / Organizational Development
- New Products & Services
- CPSI Core Faculty (18 Hour Course)
- CPSI Presenter
Tamara Christensen is on a mission to transform the way it feels to work. She is a passionate and empathetic speaker, facilitator and trainer. Tamara has 20 years of experience blending design thinking, CPS, collaboration, and research to help organizations build innovation capabilities and apply them to complex business challenges. Tamara works with a range of organizations from small not-for-profits and local businesses to global Fortune 100 companies including Honeywell and 3M. In addition to an MSD in Design Thinking and doctoral studies in creativity, she completed the Integrating Creative Leadership program at the Creative Problem Solving Institute and is a frequent presenter at events around the globe including CPSI, Mindcamp and CREA. Tamara has been described metaphorically as a glass of prosecco, a whirling dervish and a sharpie.