Everyone is headed back to the office! Well, some people are. So, what does a hybrid workplace look like? This 90-minute workshop, “Back to the Office,” looks at the ambiguity of nurturing workplace culture in the age of COVID. From personal tools that focus on self-care and positive peer relationships, to solving unexpected challenges through divergent thinking. Whatever the change, you can learn to thrive, re-inspire your team and make old friends new again.
David has worked with industry leaders like Gensler Architects, John Hancock and OceanSpray, elite Universities like Harvard and MIT, and non-profits like Americore and the Union of Concerned Scientists,, David is also a veteran actor, writer, producer and director and was an executive trainer at ImprovBoston for over 20 years and Director of Improv at Curry College. Looking at communication and workplace culture through the lens of theater and applied improvisation allows him to design personal and business tools which will allow your team to thrive during a time of ambiguity and industry disruption. As adjunct lecturer at Boston University’s Questrom School of Business, David has a front row seat to the significant challenges – and developing solutions – facing businesses today.
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