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"Thrive in the Unexpected: Improve Your Change Fitness" - Workshop

Organized by Gustavo Razzetti

Start Date:
Monday, 26 June, 2017
End Date:
Tuesday, 27 June, 2017 1:30pm

THE EXPERIENCEA hands-on workshop. And we really mean it. We won't just challenge your limitations. You'll learn how to build something with your own hands too. And let go of what's holding you back.Gustavo Razzetti, our founder, will help you move from a "stuck" to a "change" mindset, the framework behind our Change Leadership School. Charles Adler, co-founder of Kickstarter and Lost Arts founder, will lead a quick prototype experiment.WHO SHOULD ATTEND:Professionals and individuals looking to turn adaptability into a competitive advantage.

Anyone who wants to stretch beyond their comfort zone either because they feel stuck or want to unleash their potential. DURING THE WORKSHOP, YOU WILL:Move from a "Stuck" to a "Change" mindsetGet insights on how to launch a new project Participate in transformational experiences that will help you:Embrace change as a positive energy, rather than resisting itSee the world through different perspectives, not just yoursConnect with all your personal layers to remove internal limitationsExperiment new behaviors to become more adaptiveFoster change through rapid prototyping as you build an object with your hands (and tools)Challenge your perspective as others challenge theirsStretch out of your comfort zone through various exercises.Build a plan to implement when you get back to work or homeOUTCOME:Receive your personal Change-fitness Score.Become comfortable with letting go and being more experimental.

A more adaptive, action-driven, mindset.An object built with your own hands.Neutralize those who are holding you back.A plan to improve your change-fitness. Ready to improve your change fitness?


Lost Arts,
1001 North North Branch Street,
United States

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Conference organized by Gustavo Razzetti

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