As COVID-19 spread across the globe, I realized two things.
1. People around the world could use some help with mindset change.
2. As face to face workshops were put on hold, the physical B❒X program (innogreat.com/box) would not be a viable method to offer that help.
Inspired by all the quick hacks doctors and companies made to provide care to thousands of sick and dying, I decided to hack my own thinking to develop a course that would transform a piece of paper and a pencil into a model of your current mindset, and then a process to improve that mindset to provide short term safety and long term success.
As I started delivering these sessions participants asked if I could train them on the methodology. I created an online self-paced train the trainer and blended that with trainees attending sessions and weekly group coaching calls.
If you are ready to help others Hack their thinking, sign up for the Hack your Box Train the Trainer here.
Hack your B❒X by the Numbers:
50% of your donation will go to the Hack your Box Train the Trainer Scholarship Fund, which is used to provide access to the methodology to educators, community leaders and trainers who are working with marginalized people or those who are negatively impacted by COVID19.
October Donated Sessions Topic: Virtual Engagement
With more than 75 donated sessions spanning 27 weeks with 1,000+ participants, I think it is time to share what I’ve learned about how to run an engaging virtual session.
In October, I’ll be using the Hack your Box methodology to help you explore your own limitations around leading virtual sessions, and expanding your possibilities to find ways of doing what your currently think is impossible virtually.
As an added bonus, I am very pleased to invite four of the speakers for the upcoming “Engaging Virtual Meetings Conference” to join sessions and share their experience with you.
About the Engaging Virtual Meetings Conference:
This will be the most engaging virtual conference you have ever attended. Sign up now to have your mind expanded on what is not only possible, but what should be expected in every virtual meeting…full engagement by all participants.
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