Culture First Chicago Presents "The Playful Humans Game Show"

Chicago

Jun 7, 1:30 – 2:30 PM

Rediscover the power of play and watch productivity soar! Join us to learn the five ways to play and increase productivity. Note: This session will be on Zoom not via the event page "Join" link--please check the registration email for the link.

About this event

Rediscover the power of play and watch productivity soar! Neuroscience proves that happy brains learn faster and are more flexible and resilient. Harvard Business Review reports that happy people are 31% more productive and have 37% higher sales. On the flip side, high-stress cultures can make employees 10-15 IQ points dumber. But stats are boring so get ready for an engaging demonstration filled with games, trivia, and physically active challenges. Don't miss your chance to experience the business benefits of incorporating play into the workplace that will recharge you to keep improving your lives and careers!

In this interactive session, we will use play in a game show format to demonstrate:

- How to beat burnout, quiet quitting, and employee turnover

- How playfulness increases your creativity, confidence, and physical / mental conditioning

- How happy people succeed through fun, flow, and fulfillment

In this session, we will be utilizing the breakout room feature. Be prepared to show up with your cameras on, share your insights with group and stretch your comfort zones. 

Note: This session will be on Zoom not via the event page "Join" link--please check the registration email for the link.

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Facilitator

  • Mike Montague

    Playful Humans

    Podcaster, Speaker, Writer, & Game Show Host

Hosts

  • Alexandra Prassas

    Culture & Organizational Development Leader

  • Sare Gerin

    Learning & Engagement Leader

Organizer

  • Alexandra Prassas

    Chapter Lead

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