It is this massive success that brought Jennifer to THNK. When she first designed Labyrinth Psychotica as a project for her PhD thesis, Jennifer never expected it would grow into a full-fledged business. “It has all of a sudden become a company. That was inspiring, but I’m doing something that I’ve not been trained for. I’m kind of doing it naturally, but I know I can use a lot of improvement.”
After only one module of the Creative Leadership Program, Jennifer has already felt the transformative power of THNK. “It’s really helping me to focus. The tools that I’ve been given, it’s like you have blurry eyesight and suddenly you’ve been given glasses to see properly. You see your path more clearly, you see what’s realistic. It helps me accelerate and clarify.”
The methods used in program have also reaffirmed Jennifer’s appreciation for creativity’s role in driving innovation for business and beyond. As an artist, Jennifer provides scaffolding to help individuals tap into their imagination; she has observed that the THNK toolkit plays a similar role. By offering an access point to the imagination, artists or even tools like those used in the Creative Leadership Program can facilitate or accelerate problem-solving.