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UnTraining: Thinking Different Together (4hr)

  • OnePiece Work 631 Wilshire Blvd 3rd floor Santa Monica, CA 90401 USA (map)
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WHAT IF MEETINGS AND WORK STARTED GIVING YOU ENERGY INSTEAD OF ROBBING YOU OF IT?

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The modern workplace is riddled with hidden barriers that prevent us from reaching our full potential. 

By the end of your time with us, you'll gain hands-on experience with the three pillars of Thinking Different Together to take back to work immediately. 

• Mindset - Ways of being to bring out the best in all of us in our personal and professional lives

• Skill Set - A simple, no-nonsense framework to solve any challenge and ship any project with lighting speed 

• Tool Set - A few easy to use approaches & systems to accelerate meaningful breakthroughs

* We encourage you to bring issues from your work or personal life that you want to address 

** Lunch and beverages will be served.

WHAT SOME of THE BEST IN BUSINESS ARE SAYING

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“Thank you for bringing us on journey of exploring new ways to be more innovative without losing efficiency and focus. We can apply your mix of effective tools & behaviors to our everyday work environment and your  personal case studies enriched our understanding of collaboration & leadership. I loved every minute of this outstanding experience with you” 

Andrea La Mendola, COO Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

"Talk about having a purpose, you are living your purpose. Your (workshop) was amazing. I know it was just a taste, but I was blown away with what and how you shared. It is so needed in business today."

Rochelle Tijerina, Executive Director Member & Employee Innovation USAA

“The training was awesome! It was incredibly engaging, fun, and informative. Your enthusiasm for creative problem solving and collaboration was contagious. You brought concepts to life via games, skits, storytelling, pictures, analogies, and real life examples. I had so much fun that I didn't want the training to end!”

Sharone Weltfreid, Ph.D. Mindfulness Coach & Postdoctoral Psychology FellowUCSF Medical Center