Our workshops are designed to give participants a hands-on Blended Working experience in a supported learning environment. One of the most unique and beneficial aspects of our workshops is that participants are still able to complete their regular workload during the workshops. The goal is to provide participants with knowledge and tools to apply the principles of a Flipped Work Day into their life.
Our Workshops are generally offered in two formats:
Each day of the workshop employs a Flipped Workday schedule that includes:
**Note: We also offer a more traditional 1-day workshop, which teaches participants the principles of Blended Working, but due to time constraints, does not allow them to complete their regular workload during the day.
The location of the workshop is flexible, but we suggest having it somewhere where Nature is easily accessible.
The workshop can accommodate any size group. However, less than 20 participants is preferable in order to allow for individual participation during the discussion sessions. The ideal group size is 5-8 participants.
Get in touch with us to discuss options and availability.
This course is designed for companies, teams, or workgroups where there is some degree of flexibility in the workdays in terms of the timing and/or the location where people are able to work. For example:
James has a Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology and a Doctorate in Education. He has worked with athletes and teams at various levels on topics such as improving focus, goal-setting, pre-performance planning, effective communication, and teamwork. He has also conducted research on how participants in small groups learn and work together. Dr. Galipeau currently works as an independent contractor in the publishing industry and has lived a Blended Working lifestyle for over 15 years. He also regularly engages in Flipped Workdays and embarks on Digital Nomad Adventures (Check out his blog here). In addition, James is a world-class adventure racer and has competed in 7 Adventure Racing World Championships.