Pam Hamilton is a leading innovation consultant and workshop facilitator who regularly works with blue chip companies such as Unilever, GSK, Ipsos MORI and ITV to design and run creative workshops and design bespoke workshop toolkits to suit each industry and team. Pam has over a decade of experience in designing and leading thousands of workshops for creative ideas, new product development, business strategy, future planning, insight generation, team building and brand purpose.
‘A fantastic, one-stop shop for running workshops - it combines the theory and practical insights perfectly.’ Fran Merrylees, HR Director Online, Pay and Interactive at ITV “An outstanding how-to manual that is packed with expert digestible tips – highly recommended” Alex Mahon, CEO, The Foundry ‘An essential primer for anyone trying to brainstorm ideas and concepts, and for getting the best out of teams.’ Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI ‘An outstanding how-to manual that is packed with expert digestible tips – highly recommended’ Alex Mahon, CEO, The Foundry ‘An excellent resource for managers, lecturers and students alike. It is well researched and packed full of practical tips and examples of good and bad practice, and will turn those wasted meetings into productive and creative workshops. This will become the ‘go to’ book for anyone planning a workshop.’ Dr Deborah Shaw, Reader in Film Studies at the University of Portsmouth ‘Pamela Hamilton has years of hard-earned experience on what makes workshops work – and fail. An essential primer for anyone trying to brainstorm ideas and concepts, and for getting the best out of teams.’ Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI ‘This book should be in every facilitator’s toolkit. It fits perfectly with Pret’s learning culture, simple and effective.’ Ian Watson, Group Head of Pret Academy, Pret a Manger ‘This is a fantastic, insightful, one-stop shop for running workshops. It combines the theory and practical insights perfectly. A book I will constantly be using.’ Fran Merrylees HR Director Online, Pay and Interactive at ITV ‘The Workshop Book is wonderfully practical, full of sensible suggestions, tips and hints of how to run successful workshops. It is a book that you will use again and again. The author’s personal stories also add an empathetic touch.’ Jennifer Whyte, Global CMI Director, Unilever “If you’re responsible for the creative health of your organisation, then you better get your hands on this book. Better yet, commit it to heart. And practice, practice, practice all the techniques. It’ll lead to more productive workshops, it’ll yield more dynamic and engaging ideas, and it’ll promote the importance of creativity with your company!” Pele Cortizo-Burgess, Global Chief Creative Officer, MEC and President, L’Equipe L’Oréal