Robin Peter Zander is a best-selling author, educator and strategist. With a diverse background ranging from management consulting to circus performance, he has spent his career working with individuals and companies to improve performance. Robin is the founder of the work design studio Spring Space, where he works with companies to build teams and facilitate collaboration. Robin is the director of Stanford University's Design for Dance conference, which was founded by BJ Fogg, PhD at the intersection of dance and behavior change. As a self-taught dancer, Robin has performed on national stages, including with the San Francisco Opera. Robin has written several books, including "How To Do A Handstand" which went on to be a national bestseller in Japan. Robin presents nationally on the creative process, growing teams, and accelerated performance including recent engagements at Stanford University, Kaiser Permanente, and Singularity University's Exponential Medicine. Through his podcast the Robin Zander Show he interviews exceptional performers from industries as diverse as the arts, technology, and healthcare to understand how individuals and organizations can accelerate performance.

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Spring Space: Growing Teams

Robin Zander

Spring Space is a work-design studio, which Robin Zander founded to grow teams and facilitate collaboration. In this workshop, Robin works with up to 25 participates to examine and solve the impediments to collaboration.

Ineffective communication, a lack of knowledge sharing, and high rates of burnout are each recognized problems. Many hierarchical structures give rise to posturing, hostility and a lack of clear communication. All of these result in long-term cost to companies.

At Spring Space we train individuals and teams to become the cultural ambassadors each organization needs. These best practices allow collaboration to happen effectively without suffering the costs of unconscious bias, burnout, and ineffective communication.

what you get

  • Last up to one hour
  • Allow for up to 200 connections into the Cast (a connection is a login from a unique location)
  • Include the two-way video experience (including interactive HD streaming video and audio) and dedicated support