Experience how to beat burnout, reduce stress, boost morale, and how you can cut employee turnover rates by 18% through recreational music making. Discover the evidence-based HealthRHYTHMS® group empowerment drumming program that has been featured by CNN Headline News, Prevention Magazine and Occupational Health Newsletter. During the session participants will be led through the Group Drumming “Empowerment Protocol” (Bittman et al, 2006) which is comprised of an introduction of the program, a wellness exercise, a series of facilitated drumming activities around burnout and stress reduction, another wellness exercise and the finale. From this session participants will both learn and experience how this innovative program can produce phenomenal results at both the individual and team level.
About Jason Stubbers
Jason Stubbers is Founding Principal of Rhythmic Leadership, a Los Angeles based organization development practice that specializes in organization, team and individual development by working with clients to Discover; Align; Combine Talents; Thrive. Jason received his Master of Science in Organization Development from Pepperdine University and his Bachelor of Music, Music Education from Boise State University. As a dynamic organization development consultant and HealthRHYTHMS® Facilitator Jason has over 13 years of experience in the healthcare industry, non-profit, and international sectors. Domestically he has consulted with organizations such as AltaMed Health Service, Pepperdine University, Golder Associates, The Boys and Girls Club and Our House Grief Support Center. Internationally he has consulted with Huasheng Agricultural Products (Beijing, China), Espressivo – Teatro/Bistro (Costa Rica), and EMLYON Business School (Lyon, France). He currently consults in the areas of team development; team-building; culture development; employee engagement; personal development coaching; workshop and instructional design; evaluation and debriefing.
About the Special Interest Group
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Please bring in books you wish to donate. Each month we rotate who will bring breakfast. Whoever brings breakfasts gets to choose one of the donated books as a "thank you."
Location: Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services - 4760 South Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City, CA 90230
About Scott Wimer and Marc Campbell
Scott is an OD consultant and executive coach with over 30 years experience. He specializes in leadership development, 360º feedback, change management, team building, and conflict management, and he leads seminars and workshops on Coaching for Performance, Communication, and Managing Change. As a coach, Scott works with CEOs, executives, managers and professionals across a wide range of industries. He helps people identify and capitalize on their strengths, and also overcome areas of difficulty and potential derailment. Scott teaches at UCLA, and he has created and led the Mid-Career Makeover at the Anderson School of Management. Also, Scott has published in TD (Training and Development), Executive Excellence, The OD Practitioner, Consultation, and the Los Angeles Times.
Marc heads up TCI’s Life Strategy Practice. His strong passion for helping people lead even happier and more fulfilled lives, coupled with TCI’s time-tested and fully transparent wealth management offering provided the perfect backdrop for this unique financial advisory practice. Prior to joining TCI, Marc was a regional director at Dimensional Fund Advisors, serving as an advisor to wealth management firms across the country. With a focus on strategy and business development, Marc began his career at JP Morgan, and has worked in the field of financial services for over 15 years. Marc also has a background in the world of comedy. In addition to regularly performing stand-up and improv comedy in New York and LA around the turn of the century, Marc also founded an online comedy video startup, and is now an owner at M.I.’s Westside Comedy Theater in Santa Monica.