Regardless of sector or industry, building cohesive and high-performing teams sits high on the list of training and development priorities. So how can boost our training programs’ efficacy toward enhancing essential interpersonal skills?
Surprisingly, games serve as an ideal tool for experiential learning because they foster stronger connections and allow teams to practice communication and collaboration skills! In this fun and interactive workshop, Barometer XP CEO and Cofounder Alex Suchman will show us how games can serve as an invaluable resource for team development.
Alexandra (Alex) Suchman is on a mission to transform workplaces from the inside out, starting with building human-centered, resilient cultures. Her goal is to inspire greater connection and empathy within teams so that they feel inspired and motivated to accomplish great things.
As CEO and co-founder of Barometer XP, Alex creates and facilitates play-based learning experiences that explore self-awareness and lead to meaningful, sustainable change. These facilitated sessions are designed to spark insightful conversations about how team members can better communicate and collaborate toward shared goals.
Prior to Barometer XP, Alex founded AIS Collaborations, a consulting firm that helped small businesses reach new levels of success through simple systems, stronger organizing techniques, and better planning.
Alex’s career also includes more than a decade in public health research, public policy, and operations management. She has an MPP from The George Washington University and a BA in psychology from Colby College. She’s also a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and DISC coach.
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