We each have many strengths, some that are similar, some that are different. A well-cultivated strength on display is a thing of beauty. Like Simone Biles breaking world records this summer in her incredible gymnastics routines; there is nothing like it! Now imagine a strength or talent like that amplified through a co-creative process!
Co-Creation is the intersection of two or more talents. It can produce results that were previously unknowable. Co-Creation is something we actively seek at TRP, and when we can find it, the journey is unique, organic, and always powerful.
We’ve crafted a recipe – time tested and consistent! It has just three ingredients. Combining these ingredients in the right order can produce a result that will satisfy the heartiest appetite for quality! It starts with genuine interest, followed by truly listening, and then engaging. Repeat, repeat, repeat. We’ve been using this recipe again and again – it works every time.
Recently we delighted in the recognition that our friends at Liberty Resources received. It highlighted the co-creative project they undertook to transform their culture, with TRP as a partner. When Chris and Sarah traveled from New York to North Carolina last year, we began to learn about their goals and aspirations, and helped them learn the “recipe”. They were inspired and took action! Certifying them to teach TRP began their creative process of learning how the TRP training would empower their organization to stay positive, productive, and effective in ways that went beyond what they imagined possible. Read about their work and be inspired by what they are doing in their award-winning culture change initiative.
Chris and Sarah share a common interest – they love their workplace. They are genuinely interested in finding ways to leverage the talents and passions of others. They continually listen to their workforce and to their leadership while engaging in building the positive culture that was envisioned. We at TRP have been privileged to co-create with them during their journey over the last year. Their co-creative efforts are helping leaders provide the kind of example that others want to follow. This strengthens the organization and has a direct, positive impact on those they serve.
Meanwhile, here at home in North Carolina, Ann and Tracy at Forsyth Tech got co-creative with us in their Leadership Excellence Program. Check out the video of our co-creative process and share it!
Please share with us the results of your co-creative recipes! What will you create today?
As president, Daniel leads the team at TRP Enterprises to help inspire and uplift through world-class training programs.