About Darin Eich

Darin Eich is the author of Innovation Step-by-Step and Root Down & Branch Out: Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs and has a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Darin is also the president and co-founder of InnovationLearning.org and BrainReactions. Darin gives keynote speeches, offers innovative workshops and online programs, and can help your institution facilitate, create, and develop innovation & leadership development experiences. Email darin@darineich.com to get in touch.

Innovate how you Present & Facilitate

I wrote a version of this article for Facilitator U to share my “innovative facilitator” journey story. Inspired by this, I’m offering an innovative facilitator coaching program to help you innovate how you facilitate, present, and lead others through the innovation process. Innovate how you Facilitate Have … Continue reading

Internet of Things Trend for New Ideas & Innovation

Internet of Things Workshop Toolkit What is the “internet of things?” What does it mean? You probably have a smartphone, tablet, or perhaps a TV (or at least a device that connects to your TV) that allows information to flow online. … Continue reading

Leadership Books for College Students, Courses, and Programs in Higher Education

Books for Leadership Development Programs Root Down & Branch Out: Best Practices for Leadership Development Programs is designed to help you develop a high quality leadership program or course for college students. It shares a number of different program types … Continue reading

Storytelling Workshop: Techinques, Models, Tools & Resources

Storytelling Workshop Models, Tools, & Storytelling Techniques My friend Phil invited me to design a storytelling workshop for a Nonprofit conference in Madison. While we were designing it, it caused me to think about those storytelling techniques, models and resources (like … Continue reading

Solar Freakin’ Roadways: Communicating and Applying a New Technology

The “solar freakin’ roadways” video is making it’s way around social media. The video has over 6 million views. People are excited about the idea. What I like best about the video is that they do a good job of communicating … Continue reading