Join Workplace Creativity Month to jumpstart innovation!


Keeping up with the pace of innovation requires unprecedented amounts of creativity.

That’s why creativity has gone from a “nice to have” to a “must have” in the workplace – not just for some people – for everyone.

Too many companies say they value creativity, but don’t actually do anything to demonstrate it in a meaningful way.

It’s time to make creativity more than a buzzword in your company – and we’ll make it simple for you to do it!

Workplace Creativity is Employee Engagement with Lasting Impact.

Attract and retain talent

Attract and retain talent

People are drawn to the excitement and potential in creative workplaces.



Creativity connects people in new ways and helps you work better together.

Increased engagement and motivation.


More people being creative means more ideas and more opportunity for growth.


BASIC Workplace Creativity
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What You GEt:

  • Kickoff Conference Call

    Your questions answered

  • Engagement Toolkit

    Step-by-step guide

  • Printables

    Fliers and worksheets

  • Bragging Rights

    Creative Workplace web badge & certificates of participation

  • Community Connection

    LinkedIn group and social media hashtag

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DELUXE Workplace Creativity
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What You GEt:

Everything included in BASIC plus:

  • Big Box ‘o Creativity

    All the stuff you need delivered right to your office!

  • Commemorative 2019 Workplace Creativity Art

    A limited edition print suitable for framing and hanging.

Our 2019 Community Partners

Thousands Have Participated in Our 30-day Creative Challenges.

HERE’S What People are saying:

“My team and I have enjoyed it so much and have created some great things as well as built our team morale.” –Tina, Capital One

“I’m not sure how or why, but I felt during those monthly sprints I had more energy and a brighter outlook on life, and was just more positive in general.” –Dawne, Owens & Minor

“This, awakened a part of me that I did not know I had, with so much energy and zeal.” –Rajsekhar, Capital One

“Sometimes the hardest part about being creative is getting started. What I learned was not to be afraid of the first attempt.” –Kristine,  Columbia Gas

“My mind was opened to endless possibilities.” –Melissa, Dole