The Spark.

Kathryn Haydon, Founder

Kathryn Haydon helps you maximize your creative strengths so you can do your best work. Through keynotes, workshops, and consulting, she trains individuals, leaders, and teams to find the unique spark that leads to deep engagement and productivity.

An award-winning educator, Kathryn has written and spoken widely on creative learning and the secret strengths of outlier thinkers. She co-authored Creativity for Everybody (2015) and Discovering and Developing Talents in Spanish Speaking Students (2012) and has written several chapters in edited volumes. Kathryn writes a monthly column for The Creativity Post, has written extensively for publications and journals, her writing has appeared in The Washington Post, and she is a published poet. Kathryn earned her BA in Spanish literature and culture at Northwestern University and her MS in creativity and change leadership from the acclaimed International Center for Studies in Creativity at SUNY, Buffalo.

Kathryn began her career as a banker in Chicago but a move to California catalyzed the discovery of her true calling as an entrepreneur. She founded Ignite Creative Learning Studio which evolved into Sparkitivity, now based near New York City.

The Sparkitivity Experience

Step 1
We love asking questions to understand your vision, goals, and challenges. You talk, we listen and assess your needs.
Step 2
We work tirelessly behind the scenes and check in with you to tailor an experience that will inspire and catalyze your group into action.
Step 3
We deliver engaging, transformational experiences that help your people do their best work.

We help individuals and teams experience meaningful growth.

Everything we do supports the view that everyone inherently has a unique makeup of creative strengths and that when people are aware of these strengths they can use them to make their lives and the world better. Take a look at what we have to offer, and join our worldwide network of creative thinkers.


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