14 Mar 16|Innovation

Blending work and play, The Unlocking Creativity and Innovation retreat will be held on the Greek island of Kefalonia, the largest of the Ioanian islands.

INNOVATION expert Christina Gerakiteys will lead an intensive training and self-development program with a difference in July.

Blending work and play, The Unlocking Creativity and Innovation retreat will be held on the Greek island of Kefalonia, the largest of the Ioanian islands.

Ms Gerakiteys says she learnt the benefits of a weekly leadership retreat program some years ago and drew on it to develop her retreat.

“I intended signing on then leaving early [but] the growth and personal development that resulted have formed my business practices ever since,” she says. 

Topics will include leadership, purpose and harnessing passion, and using design thinking principles. 

For more information on the retreat go to ideationatwork.com.au.

“I intended signing on then leaving early [but] the growth and personal development that resulted have formed my business practices ever since,”.

“I intended signing on then leaving early [but] the growth and personal development that resulted have formed my business practices ever since,”.

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