Eyal Doron Israel
- Expert on developing creativity, leadership skills and readiness for the 21st Century
- Head of the Interdisciplinary division of Psychology and Philosophy at the School of Psychology in Israel
- Founder of SEISEI, a method dedicated to fostering creativity, resourcefulness, and personal skills for children & youths
Dr. Eyal Doron is a researcher, author and corporate lecturer with expertise in developing creativity, leadership skills and readiness for the 21st century. His post-doctorate focuses on developing new models for enhancing creativity, resourcefulness and self-worth. Based on insights from disciplines of philosophy, psychology, behavioral science and media studies, and following examples of extraordinary individuals and forward-thinking organizations worldwide, he has developed a practical set of tools that has been researched and academically approved.
Doron is the Head of the Interdisciplinary division of Psychology and Philosophy at the School of Psychology at the IDC, Herzliya, a unique program for undergraduates which integrates philosophy, psychology and 21st century culture. He also leads special workshops for students in the new MA program in Social Psychology. Doron is also the head of the “Creativity in Action” Executive Program at the IDC, Herzliya. The program offers leading executives from varied industries, personal guidance from inspiring mentors, practical workshops and a behind the scenes look at the most innovative companies in the world.
In 2013 Eyal founded SEISEI, a method dedicated to fostering creativity, resourcefulness, and personal skills for children & youths. In an unpredictable, ever changing technological world, it is imperative to prepare children to be creative, resourceful, flexible and cooperate in changing environments. SEISEI’s goal is to raise a young generation of entrepreneurs, trailblazers and creators. SEISEI was recently announced as one of 100 global most inspiring innovations in education for 2019 by HundrED (one of the world’s leading experts on scalable education innovations, based in Helsinki, Finland).
Dr. Doron’s method deals with five dimensions of life: parenting; spousal relationship; close/immediate surroundings; needs for self; and work. Dr. Eyal Doron’s basic premise is that the traditional separation between “life” and “work” no longer exists: nowadays everything is part of the same “open space”. It is based on the notion that everyone can enhance their creative thinking through a series of adaptable systematic processes that build an innovative attitude.
Delivered to companies and individuals through lectures, workshops and management consulting processes, these tools are a part of the mandatory toolkit for the personal development of every manager and leader in the 21st Century. The premise is that individuals should be required to develop and reinvent themselves in every aspect of their life, in order to enhance and strengthen their emotional connection to the workplace.
The process is of experiential nature and includes individual and group exercises. Special emphasis is put on “everyday creativity,” working with inspiring role models and on acquiring tools for problem solving and for achieving breakthroughs.
The method has proven itself effective among entrepreneurs, students, employees, managers and executive management in top industries in Israel and abroad, motivating and inspiring them to adjust to the ever-changing world of the 21st century.