Kathryn Haydon, MSc, is a creativity and innovation strategist, skilled facilitator, and keynote speaker with over two decades of experience helping individuals and teams maximize creative thinking while finding meaning. She trains individuals, leaders, and teams with the tools they need to embrace change with confidence and think up the next big idea, consistently.
An award-winning educator, Kathryn Haydon has written and spoken widely on creative learning and the secret strengths of outlier learners. Her newest book is The Non-Obvious Guide to Being More Creative (No Matter Where You Work) (in press); she co-authored Creativity for Everybody (2015) and Discovering and Developing Talents in Spanish Speaking Students (2012); and she has written several chapters in edited volumes. Kathryn has written extensively for educational journals and publications including The Washington Post, Penguin Random House’s Brightly, Psychology Today, and Scott Barry Kaufman’s The Creativity Post.
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