HappyHour @ work - Wellness & Wellbeing Workshop



HAPPY HOUR FOR CREATIVITY, INNOVATION AND PROBLEM SOLVING

Wellness & Well-Being  On Demand

Proposal – Avigail Berg-Panitz – ©2013 all rights reserved.

Workshop  Goals & Description:

 

 

Wellness and wellbeing at work is not just “better nutrition, preventive stress management and illnesses diagnosis”. The experimental workshop will enable participants experience Happy Hour for Creativity , Innovation and Problem Solving in order to comprehend and apply a weekly new corporate culture that focuses attention, care and recognition of the individuals as  creative human being. The more people are creative at work - the more they express natural inner motivation at work.

 

Skills/Knowledge:  

Create a space for participant’s creativity, innovation and problem solving in heterogeneous groups within the workplace.

 

Participant Outcomes: By the end of this session, participants will be able to perceive:

o what is my expressive art /talent that manifests my being

o Attentiveness curve and how to expand it

o Observing perception in real-time and creating a space for fresh observations and processes .

o Imagination as the simulator of the mind

o conditions for insights

o my input, your input, our input

 

Facilitator:

Name: Avigail Berg-Panitz

Organization/Affiliation: Aviman llc

Phone: 561-277-8282

Email:avigailberg@gmail.com

Role and qualifications: Personal and business development consultant, social entrepreneur, partner in The Sound Well Corp. www.avigailwellness.com, www.olavat.com

 

Participants: Business executives, HR & wellness managers, business training managers, leaders, project manageme  teams, employees from all departments.

 

o multidisciplinary members in a group

o discover a joyful expression through art / innovation

o my project, your project our project

o explore the idea of multi-minds as analogical to multiprocessing to solve problems

o adding pieces of the puzzle

o motivation &  performance at work

 


Agenda and Activities 6 hours – minimum. minimum participants in a group – 15.