WASHINGTON, Oct. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The second edition of the book, Rethink Creativity: How to Innovate, Inspire, and Thrive at Work was released today and can be found on Amazon and in several other book stores. Author Monica H. Kang is a creative workplace expert and Founder & CEO of InnovatorsBox. Reflecting on the immense changes in the world since the initial publication, Kang shares more stories, strategies, and thought-provoking questions that all leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs can use to upgrade their routine and how they lead their teams.
In addition to more content, the second edition includes playful, original color illustrations to inspire readers how to rethink creativity in their daily routine. Kang intentionally crafts her stories, design, and games with accessibility in mind as she inspires readers from all backgrounds to find creativity and hope in their own way. She also released an audiobook, narrated by Kang, for the first time featuring original music by InnovatorsBox Studios. She is also reinventing a mini animation video for more readers to learn creativity easily.
"I imagine a workplace where everyone feels like they can express their opinion, feel appreciated for their point of view, and feel safe to show up as who they are," Kang says. "The pandemic reminded us how hungry people are at a workplace to show up authentically. And I hope reading Rethink Creativity gives more people clarity and confidence to use curiosity, courage and creativity to live the limitless life we want every day, no matter where we are."
The book is highly personal and directly connects with Kang's journey as a Korean American, starting her early career working in nuclear forensics. Out of her story, the book provides actionable advice in using creativity to tackle many of the "grey area" issues in the workplace such as treating employees as "people," finding your authentic voice in a job, working curiosity into your life, and more.
"Kang gives us new tips until we arrive at the same destination: the spark of creativity, freedom from fears, assumptions and societal expectations, and the courage to be human-being and not 'human-doing,' a better team player and a better leader," Dr. Khuloud Odeh, former CIO of the Urban Institute says.
The second edition of the book will include several more stories, just like the Korean version called How New Thinking Can Change My Life released in 2020, which was selected as one of the top business books to be donated to Korean libraries for future generation development.
Monica H. Kang, InnovatorsBox LLC, +1 (213) 300 0201, [email protected]
SOURCE InnovatorsBox LLC