February 11 - Play for Innovation, Creativity, and Joy in the Workplace


THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2021
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. PT
Virtual Education

Discover best practices around building a playful workplace that lends itself to better creativity, employee satisfaction and improved communication. You will learn how to apply improv thinking and play psychology as tools to convert any workplace into a space for trust, growth and laughter.

OBJECTIVES

  • Be inspired by the fascinating ways high-performing, creative cultures are being generated across a variety of industries and professions.
  • Understand the key ingredients to develop a culture of creative confidence and psychological safety.
  • Walk away with a clear and actionable process for future creativity, with an emphasis on creating a low-stakes environment for exploration and play.


PDCs: 
1.5
Member: 
$40
Non-member: 
$60

Note: To register as a nonmember, please either log in to your account or create a new account by clicking on the REGISTER NOW button. Each registration is based on individual login information, and guests cannot be registered. Thank you for your understanding and hope to see you at our event!

SPEAKER BIO

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Gary Ware  is a corporate facilitator, keynote speaker, certified coach and self-proclaimed “creative catalyst.” Gary has over 14 years of experience in the corporate world, holding various leadership positions. Gary also comes with nearly a decade of experience as a performer in improv theatre. After experiencing burnout in his pursuit for success and happiness, he realized that what was missing was play. Committing to a life of play is what led Gary to discover his passion for facilitating. Gary uses the power of applied improvisation and other playful methods to assist people in unlocking creativity, confidence and better communication. When Gary isn't leading workshops or speaking, you can find him learning magic or off on an adventure with his wife Courtney and son Garrett.

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Contact

Wendy Fong
650-378-1328
wendy.fong@shrm.org