When we stand at the intersection of creativity and business, we’re looking for the next innovation – the next big idea. So the question I ask is – WHO’S DOING THE STANDING? Who are we as designers and innovators, and how have we prepared ourselves for the creative process and the challenges of today’s business environment.
As a publisher and author with more than 20 years experience, I can help your listeners create their own Sacred Excellence Blueprint so they can have more success than they every thought possible. My specialty is helping people get in the flow so they can connect, create and innovate.
I can speak on:
- 3 quick ways to get in the flow and accomplish your goals more easily
- How to deal with daily distractions and use them to your advantage
- How to create your own Sacred Excellence Blueprint to have what you want in any area of our life
This isn’t a woo-woo take on self-help, but rather a contemporary look at ancient principles paired with modern science. My work takes people to the intersection of what’s sacred and what’s backed by science and points the way to key decisions we can each make to fuel our personal and professional success.
Short Bio: Kysha Brown Robinson is an accomplished collaborative leader in New Orleans, Louisiana, a city ranked #5 in best business conditions in the USA. She is now in private consulting practice continuing to support innovative leaders. Now working to support others in solving complex community challenges, she has written Sacred Excellence Blueprint to share practices in readying yourself for collaboration and coordination, both staples of team focused innovation.
Bio: Kysha Brown Robinson is a synergizer and principal of Compositions. She is a dynamic strategic planner, an asset on complex projects, and an experienced professional trainer. Robinson is sought after to create and lead strategic conversations and to implement innovative programs.
Kysha is also a broadly anthologized poet, author of the collection, Spherical Woman and co-editor of the anthology, Fertile Ground – Memories & Visions (Runagate Press, 2006 and 1996 respectively). Her upcoming book, Sacred Excellence Blueprint, work takes people to the intersection of what’s sacred and what’s backed by science and points the way to key decisions we can each make to fuel our personal and professional success.
For eight years, she served as executive director of Central City Renaissance Alliance (CCRA). She championed efforts to create Cradle to College and Career programming, to partner in establishment of the Mahalia Jackson Early Childhood & Family Learning Center, and to forward catalytic neighborhood projects through collaborative efforts. She previously served as project coordinator of Making Connections New Orleans, an initiative of the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Robinson also led with the Louisiana Association of Nonprofit Organizations as the first Regional Director of its New Orleans office, providing member services to more than 300 member organizations. Her work in community development and literary arts has focused on leadership, creative expression and building collaborative networks.