Come grab a seat at our table! A series of inclusive and participatory sessions for hospitality folks.
About this event
From 5:00pm to 6:15pm EST on November 29, with special guest TBD
Please join us to discuss, share, compare, listen and learn about mental healthcare in the hospitality industry from each other and with special guests at Not 9 to 5’s Kitchen Table Talks!
We are hosting this space in anticipation of the launch of our new website in November. A lot of labour and funding has been spent on this investment and we are thinking of our new website like our home - a virtual space that we own and can invite our industry into that values psychological safety.
And so, we want this to feel like we are welcoming folks into our home - and obviously that starts with our kitchen, because the best conversations and memories always begin and end in the kitchen. Right? Join us for some real talk - we’ll go deep, be vulnerable, share stories and wisdom.
About this event
Our guest facilitators, Stefan Morales and J.D. Nasaw, will host a participatory space that will encourage us to...
- Share our thoughts and feelings and actively listen to one another
- Explore and develop our mental health awareness, together
Who is this for?
- Anyone who wants to foster happier, more innovative and engaged groups of diverse humans
- Employers & employees
- People who work with people
- Those ready to go deeper into building spaces with psychological safety
What to expect
- All you have to do is sign up, block off the time, and show up well-rested, and ready to fully participate!
- This isn’t just a presentation - you’ll have the chance to be in dialogue with others in small groups, and with our special guests.
- Each session will have a short somatic break facilitated by J.D. Nasaw
- Get cozy, bring your favourite drink, snack, blanket, etc. light a candle….
Who we are
An open-hearted iconoclast, Stefan helps groups unleash collective sensemaking, radical innovation and shared alignment through Working Together Consulting. He loves to support folks as they discover the courage and capability to practice new ways of collaborating and being together.
J.D. is a facilitator, coach, consultant, and community builder working at the intersection of somatics, self-management, social justice, and regeneration, and formerly a dining room manager in fine-dining restaurants and bars including Eleven Madison Park and NoMad.