How Companies and Organizations Can Get to the Next Level of Engagement Using Play
Large companies and organizations often struggle with:
Demotivated, overwhelmed or frustrated employees who are not able to contribute fully in the current structure
Employees working in silos where departments don’t communicate or collaborate well to find solutions
Creativity and innovative ideas impeded by old, top-down leadership styles
If companies and organizations don’t fix these problems, they risk:
Spending money on costly, ineffective systems
Losing talented people and market share
Struggling to keep up with the emerging world
What is possible through Transformational Play?
Transformational Play makes employees feel empowered, energized and motivated while introducing the lean, agile systems and strong inter-departmental communication skills needed to carry companies into the future.
Angela Halvorsen Bogo
Transformational Play Founder
Angela Halvorsen Bogo is a facilitator and performer with thirty years of experience using play, storytelling, movement, improvisation, meditation, and clowning to facilitate change in individuals and organizations.
Angela is an expert in Transformational Play, helping individuals to become aligned with who they are and how they want to live so they can powerfully connect, collaborate and innovate.
Angela has worked with:
Presenters (performers, speakers, storytellers, teachers)
People who work to bring out transformation in others (coaches, therapists, team leaders)
Health professionals (doctors, nurses, care providers)
People transitioning into a new chapter of their life
Individuals who are passionate about personal development
Companies and Organizations
What Angela Offers to Companies and Organizations
Angela specializes in working with medium to large-scale organizations that have multiple departments, who prioritize the development of employees but need outside expertise to do so, and who are open to new, proven and fast techniques.
Sessions with Angela that take individuals through playful, physical activities and games that dissolve barriers and build a new way of relating within the team. Using transformational play wakes people up, engages their imagination, reduces stress and brings more of the person’s energy and creativity to the team.
Play is a surprisingly fun, light and easy way to bring fast results to the organization. The scientifically-proven technique is still unknown to many companies, but those that have discovered it are seeing its benefits.
Through the power of play, individuals discover how to shift their energy so that living and working is more fun, easy and creative. As a result, work becomes more innovative and productive - increasing results and competitive edge, while reducing ineffective meetings, high turnover and more.
What is Play and Why is it Important for Companies and Organizations?
In the transformational play, people are completely present and engaged, not living in the past but open to a new future. Science is proving that play stimulates the brain and fires impulses in the frontal lobe, helping creativity, flexibility, relational skills, memory and even powerfully boosting our immune system.
Stanford University’s Design school’s new course ‘From Play to Innovation’ is proving how team-centered projects are increasing innovation with playfulness. By incorporating play techniques, teams can have more productive meetings and increase competitive edge.
Play is also powerful for individuals. By rewiring the brain with play, we can correct imbalances and develop many capacities - transforming the person in a light and fun way.
Your company or organization can tap into the potential of play and join the play revolution.
"When enough people raise play to the status it deserves in our lives, we will find the world a better place."