Creative collaborations in the global economy: A seminar for creatives and innovators

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  • Time: 15:00 - 16:00
  • Location: University of Leeds, Baines Wing, 2.37
  • Status: CANCELLED - to be rescheduled for a later date
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This seminar for Global Careers Month will help to equip you, the creatives and innovators of the future, with the cross-cultural understanding you need to make your mark in the global economy.

This talk on 18 March has been cancelled and the event will be rescheduled for a later date. If you wish to receive updates about the event you can complete the registration form or sign up to our mailing list.

Creativity is a core attribute for all knowledge workers to develop. This seminar will explore the roots of Western and Eastern ideas of creativity, its enactment and evaluation through people, process and products. Applying frameworks for cross-cultural understanding it will prepare you to collaborate more effectively with people from other cultures. In today’s economy this is essential, as you will certainly work with people from different backgrounds during your career. 

The session with Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas, Professor in Marketing and Sustainable Business at the British School of Fashion, will challenge stereotypes and examine common beliefs about creativity. Come along if you want to harness the power of diverse groups as well as reach your own creative potential! 

This seminar is open to students and staff at the University of Leeds. Please register via this online form.

You may also be interested in our evening lecture with Professor Radclyffe-Thomas: China Fashion Now: Inside China’s Fashion Industry

More about the speaker

Professor in Marketing and Sustainable Business at the British School of Fashion, Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas is a National Teaching Fellow, Vice Chair of The Costume Society and Editor-in-Chief for Bloomsbury Fashion Business Case Studies. Natascha’s cross-disciplinary research spans creative industries practice; sustainable fashion; social enterprise and responsible business; cultural heritage, consumer behaviour and international fashion marketing.

Natascha has extensive experience teaching in Europe, Asia and North America and is an award-winning case study author and co-author of Fashion Management: A Strategic Approach (Palgrave Macmillan). Natascha has presented at conferences internationally and her publications have appeared in journals including the Journal of Fashion Management and Psychology Aesthetics Creativity and the Arts.

Natascha is a contributor to industry and media pieces on fashion business and consumer behaviour including for the BBC, SHOWstudio and The Ellen MacArthur Foundation.