Extraordinary #letsmuseeum team afternoon

Information and booking

13.15–17.45 h
Language: German

Package price per team: CHF 2ʼ500 plus VAT (for 8 persons; incl. museum admission; excl. catering; each additional person: CHF 200)

Information about the workshop: caroline@letsmuseeum.com

Appointment requests and booking: christoph.stuehn@kunsthaus.ch

Art irritates, stimulates, creates new perspectives and questions the existing. In combination with playful modules, we find individual access to art through everyday themes at the beginning of the Kunsthaus Zürich collection. There is laughter and reflection. This creates authentic moments of inspiration. Then we look for our own personal experiences, opinions and views in art and share them with the others. Subsequently, we deal with the resulting spontaneous insights together. Stimulated, touched and inspired by all these impressions, a common team resolution results from all this, which can be implemented in everyday work.

This afternoon is an extraordinary team-bonding activity, because the work colleagues learn things from each other that they would otherwise not tell each other during the coffee break and learn to adopt completely new perspectives - inspired by all kinds of art movements and epochs.

If desired, we can incorporate a concept that is currently on the team's mind (a corporate value, a project theme, a purpose...). In doing so, the individual approaches and views of the team members are revealed, which promotes a joint discussion.

A collaboration with #letsmuseeum www.letsmuseeum.com

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Speaker Rea Eggli

Rea Eggli is a consultant, coach and speaker in the fields of communication, emotional storytelling, innovation and campaigning. As an entrepreneur, she founded #letsmuseeum in 2017 with the aim of establishing "Emotional Storytelling" in classical knowledge transfer. Since then, she and her team have developed new entertainment formats for museums throughout Switzerland. She was also co-founder of wemakeit.com, the largest crowdfunding platform in Switzerland. For more than 20 years she was previously (co-)owner of various communication agencies with a focus on culture and creative industries.