She holds a Graduate Certificate in Creativity and Change Leadership from the International Center for Studies in Creativity and is now pursuing her Master of Science in Creative Studies. She is also exploring “What might be all the ways to change the world?”
She has been inspired by the conversations happening about the future of education. In 2009, The World Economic Forum’s Educating the Next Wave of Entrepreneurs report called upon the education systems of the world to infuse entrepreneurship education at all grade levels and in 2016 their Future of Jobs report identified Complex-Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Judgment and Decision Making and Cognitive Flexibility as 4 of the top 10 skills needed by the year 2020. She hopes to one day help traditional K-12 schools move in this direction toward models that nurture the natural curiosity of children and protect and develop their creativity until graduation.
Nicole currently offers services to anyone looking to make significant changes through creative problem-solving facilitation, creativity training and/or dynamic change coaching. She helps clients clarify their vision or challenge and to work through the transformation and implementation stages so that effective change can become reality.
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