Sam Elmore serves individuals and organizations as an experiential coach and consultant. For over 15 years, Sam has been honing his expertise in somatic psychology, group process, systems theory, play, creativity and theatre. His approach is grounded in the theory and science of change and is highly experiential. Sam holds a master's degree in Somatic Counseling Psychology from Naropa University, and has additional training in Authentic Leadership and Matrixworks. Sam is also a committed visual and theatre artist. To learn more about Sam visit www.onthebrinc.com
Wednesday February 26, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM MSTAdd to Calendar
Naropa University, Wulsin Hall - Student Center2130 ARAPAHOE AVENUE
BOULDER, CO 80302 Driving Directions
In this workshop, we will debunk the myths of networking, dream jobs, job-security, work and play; make sense of current research on productivity, job-satisfaction and aptitudes; uncover your occu-passion story and test it out with others; and create a personalized strategy to create change in your work life or launch the next phase in your career.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR:
- Current CU and Naropa students preparing for the launch into the ‘workforce’
- Anyone under/un-employed and having a hard time finding work
- ANYONE who has wondered whether work can be fulfilling, enjoyable and fun!
This workshop is for individuals interested in engaging in their work. Expect to be on your feet, in conversation and inquiring into your own passions and strengths. This is not a lecture.
Space is limited!
Free for all Naropa and CU students, alumni, faculty, staff, and friends!