Have you ever left work feeling deflated, the feeling that you’re just going through the motions at your job each day, or perhaps don’t feel greatly connected with your coworkers? You’re
Have you ever left work feeling deflated, the feeling that you’re just going through the motions at your job each day, or perhaps don’t feel greatly connected with your coworkers?
You’re not alone. Over 70% of employees are not engaged with their work, and find themselves feeling unfulfilled.
But with just a few creative shifts, you can make your day job more enjoyable and make the work feel less like work!
Applying a more creative and playful approach to your day job will not only lead to a greater sense of fulfillment, but also;
-Lower levels of stress.
-Being more engaged at work.
-Increased levels of idea generation.
-Better teamwork and collaboration.
-A better understanding of your customers and the objectives of the company you work for.
Join this interactive workshop lead by Paul Lopushinsky, where he will share his experience in how to integrate these creative shifts into your 9-5 day.
[Note: this workshop was previously titled “Using Play At Work To Create a More Fulfilling and Engaged 9-5”]
BY THE END OF THIS WORKSHOP YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
-Add more creativity into your work-life and reinvigorate the creative child inside.
-Use a playful approach to be more engaged and fulfilled with your work, and your life.
-Improve your relationships and reconnect with your coworkers by going deeper than surface level.
INTRODUCING YOUR SPEAKER
After university, Paul Lopushinsky (pronounced LAW-PUH-SHIN-SKI) found himself struggling to make new friends beyond the working world, so he took up activities of play like improv in the fall of 2014. Through play he was able to open up a part of mind that lay dormant and experience the benefits first hand.
Paul has worked in the Product Management and User Experience space since 2013, and after some pondering, decided to start Playficient in 2018 to help others find the value of play in their life.
Paul now works with individuals and companies to help them reignite their creativity and focus their engagement through play.
TicketsThis is a past event
(Tuesday) 6:50 pm - 9:15 pm PST
Roundhouse, Yaletown181 Roundhouse Mews (Davie & Pacific)Multimedia room of the Roundhouse