Who says you can’t build your business by having fun? Does your business’ work environment foster that connection?
Top companies such as Google, Facebook and Twitter don’t see play in the workplace as optional; they see it as essential. Innovative companies have found that there is a direct correlation between having a fun work environment and being productive.
On November 17 at the Business for Breakfast event at the Meridian Technology Center for Business Development, join Clayton Moore, Executive Director of the Oklahoma WONDERtorium, who has mastered the art and science of play. As a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® Trained LSP facilitator, he has helped entrepreneurs and business owners incorporate fun into their work culture.
During this fun-filled session on the serious science behind play, Moore will provide an overview of WONDER Pro, the WONDERtorium’s outreach program, and discuss how using LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® materials and methodology can help identify new ideas for your business and employees. Attendees will learn how they can use play to improve communication, enhance problem solving and create more committed team members.
To attend the November 17 Business for Breakfast event, please contact Diane Maddox at email@example.com or call (405) 377-2220 or toll-free at (888) 607-2509. An RSVP is strongly encouraged.
The Business For Breakfast networking group will meet from 7:30 – 9:00 in Room 104 North in the Center for Business Development at Meridian Technology Center. The meeting includes a guest speaker and provides business owners and entrepreneurs an informal opportunity to network and share ideas and experiences. All networking sessions are free and include a continental breakfast.
The Center for Business Development is dedicated to empowering entrepreneurs through networking, education, consulting and business incubation services. Assistance is available in various areas such as marketing, product planning, international business and writing business plans. For more information visit www.meridiantech.edu/entrepreneurs or contact the Center for Business Development.