Divergent Thinking offers a diverse range of interactive workshops that allow you to harness your creative potential and explore your different ways of thinking. Our workshops are a chance for you to step outside your comfort zone, open your mind and learn something new!
If you would like to discuss more about our workshops or would like us to create bespoke workshops according to your needs, please contact us.
We will always encourage you to push the boundaries of your imagination to create something amazing and unique.
We will help you accept your mind and belief in your own ability, skills and experience.
We will always find new, fun and creative ideas in any project, and encourage you to harness your creative potential.
We will always encourage you to develop and amplify your voice, and be comfortable in your skin.
OUR ONLINE PROJECTS
Divergent Thinking delivers free online projects for young people worldwide.
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Our project comprises six free engaging workshops that focus on harnessing your creativity and different ways of thinking to create a social action campaign from scratch. Sign up now!
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
WHO WE WORK WITH
We work with a range of people who are interested in harnessing their divergent thinking to improve their creative and professional skills.
CHARITIES & NGOS
We want to create a safe and fun environment where participants are given a platform to find their voice, and learn how to feel confident in their own abilities.
We want to provide young people with a platform to amplify their voices, challenge conventional ways of thinking, and improve their skill set for the future.
We deliver workshops for schools, colleges and universities designed to complement and support their national curriculum.
Our workshops will teach corporates how to maximise their abilities, learn how to foster a sense of innovation in the workplace, and how to grow as a team.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“I have found these sessions extremely informative and empowering. The program has taught me to be confident in myself and that difference doesn't limit me.” - Anna (Young Participant)