Play Is The Birthplace For Everything We’re Hungry For

Play Is The Birthplace For Everything We’re Hungry For

Do you still "play" as an adult?

Discovering how to play and tap into your creative side provides space for you to be your authentic self and share a side of yourself that the world craves. Today I want to challenge you to give yourself PERMISSION to truly play again and create a life of joy.

 

As the founder of PLAYOLOGY, Kai is the head PLAYOLOGIST, Executive Leadership Coach and Team Building Consultant.  He has over 15 years of experience in leadership development and brings a tremendous amount of knowledge in the areas of leadership presence and effectiveness, team building, millennial management, employee engagement and organizational culture. As the go to millennial expert, he is passionate about bridging the communication and cultural gap between executives, directors, owners and millennials. Using play as the vehicle for change, he has created a unique way of improving understanding, trust and communication between the generations and teams.

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