The ability to spearhead culture change in today’s rapidly changing startup environment is the difference between thriving or barely surviving. Join CULTURE LABx in a workshop series at General Assembly that showcases a variety of models in culture design: visual thinking, positive psychology, experience mapping and more.
DEC 5 : Play On Purpose: How To Use Experiential Learning For Culture Change
In this highly interactive workshop, you will learn how to transform information into experiences using the power of play. More than an activity, play is a mindset that brings out the genius in your team, creates strong social bonds, and increases creativity and collaboration.
Whether you are an external coach or consultant, or you work inside an organization, you will leave with tools to make your meetings, sessions and programs more interactive, fun, dynamic and impactful.
In this interactive workshop you’ll learn:
About the Instructor
Jenny Sauer-Klein, Founder of Play on Purpose and AcroYoga
Jenny is the founder and director of The Culture Conference, which launches in April 2017 in Santa Clara, CA. She is an expert at building collaborative teams, and shaping the culture of companies through play. Through her Play On Purpose programs, she helps rapid-growth companies bring their values to life so they can attract and retain the best talent. She is also the co-founder of AcroYoga, a global movement based on the values of trust, connection and playfulness. She successfully scaled this culture into a thriving international brand, community and organization with hundreds of thousands of practitioners, including Hollywood celebrities, professional athletes and Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. She is a regular presenter at Wisdom 2.0 and Summit Series, and has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Fast Company and Newsweek.
Experiment with us
Culture design is challenging—it really does take a village. We encourage participants register as a pair. You can be co-workers, co-conspirators, or collaborators. It doesn’t matter, we just think it’s more fun with a partner.
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