NCET Biz Cafe – Next-Level WFH Tips: Creativity & Collaboration – Apr 8 – Live Stream @ 3 pm

Next-Level WFH Tips: Creativity & Collaboration
Edward Estipona, Jackie Shelton and Dani Rawson

The Estipona Group
Wednesday, April 8 – Free Live Stream @ 3 pm

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If you’re lucky enough to be working from home with your team, you’ve likely noticed: Working together in virtual groups to get stuff done can be HARD.

Maybe you’re having Zoom meetings full of awkward silences or co-workers drowning out your valuable words. Perhaps your projects are going nowhere because of a lack of creativity and inspiration. Or maybe you’re simply noticing a general lack of fun and spontaneity as you attend your fourth online meeting of the day. 

Interested in upping your work-from-home game? Because we have ideas for days — some of them involving origami and gif battles. (Seriously!)

Join the Estipona Group team — a creative agency that has been working virtually for 11 of its 27 years in business — for NCET’s next Biz Café called “Next-Level WFH Tips: Creativity & Collaboration.” 

In this session, you’ll learn:

  • How to inspire your team to have fun, virtually
  • How to effectively brainstorm in a virtual environment
  • How to embrace the idea that your company culture needs to evolve in a virtual workspace — even if only temporarily
  • Specific resources for stimulating creativity

About the panel:

The panel includes Edward Estipona, president/CEO; Jackie Shelton, VP of PR; and Dani Rawson, digital media coordinator. The Estipona Group has been building brands and buzz for more than a quarter of a century, making it one of Northern Nevada’s longest-tenured agencies. In addition to creating campaigns and strategies for clients in Reno and across the country, the Estipona team launched last year, a website dedicated to positive news in Northern Nevada.

Learn insider tips for inspiring creativity and collaboration — and perhaps make your own origami pterodactyl — as a result of this must-attend (and FREE!) online NCET workshop.