Designing Work Worth Doing
Is your creativity ignited or suppressed?
Creativity sources from a calm, creative center within each of us and informs our actions and commitments. At the creative intersection of ourselves, our work and the world, we find our calling. How do your deepest passions meet today's urgent needs?
In this three day workshop, you design your calling and clarify what “meaningful work” means to you by engaging in Sea Change Design. You learn innovative techniques like Rippling℠ to envision products, services, projects, or initiatives that can inspire and influence sea changes. These won't originate from market-driven mania or top-down management directives. They'll spring from a deeply authentic place within you that compels you to create viable alternatives to a competitive, crowded market based on commoditization and consumerism. Through lectures, visualizations, writing, and storytelling, you begin to design work worth doing.
This workshop is designed for those who are looking inward at enhancing their own personal creativity, as well as entrepreneurs and business leaders who know creativity is the lifeblood of all organizations. It's ideal for colleagues, teams, and partners who want to explore their work together; or for those who are interested in experiencing the core of our consulting services for Fortune 500 companies, startups, B-corporations, and non-profit organizations.
The workshop includes a Designing Work Worth Doing workbook and a DVD of Designing a Life Worth Living: Stories of Integrity, Innovation, and Sustainability by Lauralee Alben. As a special gift you'll receive Born to Create, a Sea Change Design manifesto on creativity.
Lauralee’s expertise and enthusiasm are extraordinary, and the results she creates in Sea Change Design workshops speak for themselves. Fabulously.
Mark Dixon, Co-founder and Producer of the award-winning feature film,
YERT (Your Environmental Road Trip)