Lucy led the first innovation team at the NSPCC, one of the UK’s largest children’s charities. Here she focused on training people in the skills, and providing them with tools to enable creativity and innovation to flourish as well as coaching teams to work together to get the best results and make their ideas happen.
Since leaving the NSPCC in 2012 Lucy has worked with over 50 organisations helping individuals and teams to work together and think creatively to get better results.
Lucy noticed that with a bit of confidence, help and expertise we can all achieve far more than we realise and make a big difference to the lives of those around us. That’s why Lucidity was set up.
‘I’m passionate about helping people and organisations unlock their creativity and make their good ideas happen’ Lucy Gower, founder and director, Lucidity
The team at Lucidity take a practical approach to help anyone wanting to develop their creativity and innovation skills and make change happen. They provide a range of information and toolkits as well as;
Training in creativity and innovation which includes prioritizing and identifying the right problems to focus on, creative thinking, storytelling, testing ideas, inspiring others to get on board, keeping resilient when things don’t go to plan and making your good ideas happen.
Coaching to support you with the skills and confidence to make change happen, whether that is in your career, your team or for your whole organisation.
Consultancy in creativity and innovation, for example we’ve helped organisations to develop and implement innovation processes and systems, develop cultures that enable creativity and innovation to flourish as well as develop new products and services.
Workshops to solve problems, generate ideas, think strategically about business development or think creatively as part of a practical and fun team day.
Speaking at conferences and events about innovation and creativity; inspiring your delegates and helping them think differently.