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The New Rhythms of Work

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2015 Main Street #2

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Take an invigorating ride as we explore rhythms of work, creative productivity, and staying focused in the attention-hovering world we live in today.


The creative process, by nature, is unpredictable and messy. And in our ever-evolving world of work, we need to continually experiment in order to stay fresh.

In this immersive session, you'll learn how to best manage your energy, welcome procrastination, and ensure you optimise for outputs. You'll understand what it takes to reinvent yourself in real-time in order to stay indispensable. Most of all, you'll put these ideas straight into action so you can find and stay in your groove.


Come roll up your sleeves and learn new and better ways to work. Gain the essential tips and tricks for getting shit done.


YOUR IGNITOR: JONAS ALTMAN


Everywhere he looks, Jonas Altman sees a change in the way we work. He believes that work is becoming much more fluid and fulfilling. Jonas is a founder at award-winning design practice Social Fabric, an adjunct professor innovation and entrepreneurship at UBC Sauder School of Business, international speaker, and writer for Quartz, Inc, and The Guardian. His second book is all about meaningful work (Wiley, 2020).

TAKEAWAYS

+ Hear about the rhythms (and rituals ) of some of the most prolific creators of all time

+ Gain actionable tips on ways you can improve both your and your team's creative output

+ Hear about the practices of some of the most prolific creators of all time

+ Learn from one another on what works (and what doesn't) across industries and disciplines


SPACES LIMITED TO 20 FOR THIS EVENT
*Lunch provided
Book early to avoid disappointment!



Social Fabric is a design practice that helps make work more human.

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