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Presentation Details

We know that connection and learning is essential for teams and organizations to thrive; meanwhile, doing it well and at scale can be challenging. Leaders across functions struggle to align their efforts, practical solutions offering both structure and adaptability are hard to find, and great team experiences are costly or take time intensive planning.


What if you could align the priorities and goals of leaders across functions to deliver team learning journeys that transform your organization one bite-sized activity at a time?


During this session you’ll get a glimpse into what’s possible for your organization while entering an immersive journey guided by live facilitation and incentivized challenges. Together, we’ll explore innovative strategies that make engagement, connection and learning scalable.


Through this guided experience, you'll know how:

  • Managers across your organization can easily foster connection, engagement and learning at work (and in life).

  • Art can be integrated to improve learning outcomes, foster inclusion and inspire opt-in engagement at scale.

  • You can align the priorities and needs of leaders on all levels to inspire learning journeys that unify teams and improve company culture.


Speaker Bio:

Jeremy Joaquin Capdevielle is a multidisciplinary artist whose background spans organizational behavior, change management and education. He’s the CEO and Creative Director of Mosaicli, an organization that uses creativity, storytelling and design to scale learning and connection across organizations like Zendesk, GoFundMe, Genentech, Microsoft, and eBay. As a business strategist focused on social change, Jeremy is passionate about fostering workplaces and communities that value everybody. Among surfing with friends, meditating in nature and dancing like a fool, his greatest joy is working with visionary organizations embedding equity into the fabric of their mission and culture.

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