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The Ways We Work: Being Human in the 21st Century and Beyond FULL

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The number of individuals reporting mental health issues continues to climb, with younger generations voluntarily leaving jobs at much higher rates than previous generations due to its negative impact.

What if the increasing levels of "mental illness" was actually an appropriate & reasonable response to a “sick” society? What if the large percentage of humans experiencing anxiety and depression is a warning sign that our personal, family, education, business, health and political structures are not aligned with our current capacity for the human condition?

How could we then respond, individually and collectively, to reinvent these internal and external paradigms to move us forward toward a “mentally fit, well-adjusted” society and self? How can we mindfully re-structure and expand our cognitive capacities in pace with change from technological innovation?

Join this panel for a conversation exploring what it means to be a mentally fit human; family; workplace; city... now and coming centuries. We will specifically discus immediate actions to steward well-being for ourselves and those around us in the workplace.

Leave with concrete ideas and conversation starters to contribute to creating a mentally agile society, workplace and self, positioned for breakthrough performance and emergent leadership.

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Kyle Matthews

Chief Connecting Officer, Helios
An entrepreneur from a young age, Kyle started his first business at 15.  Since then he has worked in companies ranging from startups to corporate, across multiple industries, including automotive, transportation, and business coaching.  Along the way, his goal has always been... Read More →
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Kate Peabody

Founder & Coach, Kaptivate, LLC
Kate developed her path as a creative life, career and business coach after jumping off the top of the Fortune 500 career ladder at age 30. Despite success in the corporate world and as a consultant, Kate found herself unfulfilled by her work and deeply depressed. Through deep awareness... Read More →
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Hollis Moore, M. Ed.

Founder / CEO, Moore From Life, LLC
After jobs in traditional corporate sales, non-profit work, and teaching high school English left her feeling unappreciated, under-compensated, and stifled creativity, Hollis realized that she was “psychologically unemployable” and is now an entrepreneur. As a self-proclaimed... Read More →
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Kent Frazier

Kent Frazier is a loving co-parent to two beautiful kiddos and his life’s work is dedicated to alleviating unnecessary human suffering. He is the co-founder of Fully Human at Work.Over the past 25 years, Kent has held a variety of leadership roles within the “people practices... Read More →
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Jill Schnipke

Business Teams Coach
Jill Schnipke is a certified Strengthscope® Practitioner, with 18 years' experience as a trainer, facilitator, and coach. She's coached thousands of people and teams, including everyone from corporate executives to cooks and government leaders to scientists. Her specialty is helping... Read More →

Monday February 24, 2020 10:00am - 10:50am MST
CSU Venture Lounge at Rockwell North