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Want your company to thrive and succeed? Try tapping into your employee's imagination...

Statistics show that imagination and creativity are critical for companies to thrive and succeed in today's business environment. How are you tapping into each employee's imagination in your organization to ignite your company's MOJO?

Companies that prioritize and cultivate a culture of innovation and creativity through imagination are more likely to experience growth and financial success. Here are few examples:

  1. According to a 2019 report by the World Economic Forum, creativity will be one of the top three skills required for employees to thrive in the fourth industrial revolution.

  2. A 2019 study by McKinsey & Company found that companies with a strong culture of innovation and creativity have 1.5 times higher revenue growth and are 1.7 times more likely to be among the top quartile of industry peers in terms of financial performance.

  3. A 2018 survey by PwC found that 80% of CEOs believe that innovation and creativity are the most important skills for their employees to possess.

  4. A 2017 study by Adobe found that companies that foster creativity and innovation are 3.5 times more likely to outperform their peers in revenue growth.

If you're a leader that is looking to enhance your overall culture, one of the first places to consider improvement is with imagination. When you do, you can ignite your employee's MOJO to drive greater success.

If I can be helpful in discovering the opportunities you might be able to unleash, reach out to me at

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