Creative Change Maker
writer | director | producer
Three Things Group custom creates impacting learning experiences for businesses and conferences worldwide. Be it bringing to life a dry presentation on compliance, policy and procedures, helping articulate the company "story" through documentary, or providing a serious yet entertaining catalyst for bold dialogue around tough workplace issues, we have just what you need to add an exhilarating twist to your next business meeting or conference. Through mutual exploration and individual stretch experiences, we help teams develop new muscles that foster increased effectiveness in working together.Type your paragraph here.
"Everyone needs this--big businesses, small businesses--it's an important reminder that we often don't know what we don't know . This kind of learning is how teams get stronger..."
Joyce Norals, Vice President of Human Resources Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota
Representative Client List
Forum on Workplace Inclusion | Good Leadership Enterprises | Greater Twin Cities United Way | Minnesota Council of Foundations | Tornier | Delhaize America | Best Buy Corporation | Salute Military | Golf Association | Lutheran Social Services | The Winters Group
with Media Active, Intermedia Arts
at The Forum on Workplace Inclusion 2015
"Business as usual" is a phrase as antiquated as palm pilots and flip phones. Today, doing business as usual means continually tackling new challenges and adapting to change. To keep pace in both local and global business climates, teams need a rich diversity of culture, experience and perspective. But just because a team is diverse does not mean its members have the tools and experience to navigate the sometimes bumpy terrain of working together.
" It is such an honor and privilege to be a part of what you brought together in a masterful way. Your gifts to the world ensure our D&I field has a bright future." Dr. Edward E. Hubbard, Ph.D. President & CEO, Hubbard & Hubbard, Inc.
with Pillsbury House + Theatre, Breaking Ice
at Good Leadership Conference 2012
"In my 9th grade civics class I was given an assignment to identify three careers I might be interested in pursuing. For me it was a no-brainer.
at GTC United Way Forum 2014
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