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The Hivery Circle: How Introverts and Extroverts Can Flourish At Work and Business with Liz Fosslien

Business and the modern workplace can be an emotional minefield, filled with confusing power structures and unwritten rules. We're expected to be authentic, but not too authentic. Professional, but not stiff. Friendly, but not an oversharer. Easier said than done!

No Hard Feelings Book event at The Hivery

February’s evening Hivery Circle will explore how to bring your best self (and your whole self) to work every day.

Join us for a fun and interactive evening with Liz Fosslien, strategy and design consultant and the co-author of No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions At Worka book that explores how emotions profoundly affect key aspects of professional life.

Introverts and extroverts have different needs: extroverts tend to react to social interactions more quickly, while introverts have a higher base rate of arousal (put an introvert in a noisy open office and he’ll quickly become overwhelmed). In this fun, interactive workshop, Liz will help both introverts and extroverts understand, communicate, and optimize around their own and each others' tendencies.

The book No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions At Work, is a deeply researched yet affectionate guide to un-repressing emotions at work, finding constructive channels even for jealousy and anxiety, and demystifying digital interactions and coworker communication styles. It's launching February 5th, 2019 from Penguin books. Early fans of the book include Susan Cain, Adam Grant, Laszlo Bock, Chris Voss, and Kim Scott.

Key takeaways will include:

  • An overview to the new book which is a guide to effectively expressing your emotions at the office, finding fulfillment, and defining work-life balance on your own terms.

  • Understand how you show up in business or at work each day and what you need to thrive

  • Learn more about how you and others prefer to work through break out exercises such as how you or colleagues prefer to receive praise.

  • ‘How To Work With Me’ practical advice and tips using scientific research

Guests will enjoy wine courtesy of Bee Hunter Wine, and non-alcohol GT’s Living Food and lite bites.  

Don’t hesitate to come alone and mingle with your Hivery community or feel free to bring a friend.

ALL ARE WELCOME at this beautiful and impactful celebration of the new year!

As seats are limited, advance online registration is required. Free for members. $30 for non-members. All are welcome!

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The Hivery Circle is one of The Hivery's monthly member events. Mark your calendar for the second Tuesday of each month from 7:00-9:00pm to join this program. 

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About Liz Fosslien

Liz Fosslien at The Hivery

Liz Fosslien is a strategy and design consultant who has worked with companies including Salesforce, Ernst & Young, and the Stanford d.School. Liz's work has been featured on or by the EconomistLife Hacker, the Freakonomics blog, and NPR.

Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy are the co-authors of the illustrated book No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotion at Work. Liz has designed and facilitated organizational culture workshops for executives at Google, Facebook, Nike, and Stanford, and her data visualization and writing projects have appeared in CNN, NPR, The Financial Times, and The Economist. Mollie is an Organizational Designer at the global innovation firm IDEO, where she works with companies of all sizes to develop good workplace culture.