• “Smash The Box”

    30- 120 minutes

    Focus: Culture of Innovation

    Smash the Box” develops cultures of innovation at the workplace where audience members break down the “4 Walls of the Mental Box” that keep us “Boxed” in, generate game changing ideas, and execute on them. Is your team ready to take thinking outside the box to the next level?

    The “Smash the Box” experience focuses on:

    The “Box”= Mindset: Audiences experience firsthand what it is like to escape the “4 Walls of the Mental Box*:” Fear/ Perfection/ Negativity/ Judgment.

    Transformation: By saying “Yes And” organizations will transform their culture into one of innovation.

    Entertainment: Music, videos, audience interaction, and hearing Chad’s stories from his days in Hollywood as a professional actor will re-enforce the vision and message of “Smash the Box.”

    Value: Audiences will learn the 4 techniques needed to “Smash the Box” at the workplace which includes breaking patterns, routines, and the concept of doing things the way they have always been done.  

    *”4 Walls of the Mental Box”- Concept created by Chad J. Willett


    • “Culture of Innovation”- Reduce fear, perfection, negativity, and judgment (4 Walls) by transforming the work environment into a culture of innovation.
    • Idea Generation– Generate game changing ideas in your area of expertise which gives you a creative advantage over your competition.
    • Execution– Develop an “Innovation Plan” which puts your winning ideas into tangible and practical actions which lead to results.
    • Embrace Mistakes– Adopt a “Fail Fast” mentality which allows you to experiment and explore which are the cornerstones of “Smashing the Box.” 
  • “Rip Off the Rearview Mirror”

    30- 120 minutes

    Focus: Managing the "Now"

    “Rip Off the Rearview Mirror” means living for the only minute we can control which is “Now.” When we focus on the past or anticipate the future, we waste an incredible amount of energy, generate depression, and cause needless anxiety: 



    The, “Rip Off the Rearview Mirror” experience focuses on:

    The “Through Line:” A transformational technique that keeps individuals in the “Now” by focusing on their short term objectives and super objective.  

    Managing the “Now:” By shifting one’s focus individuals will channel all their energies and talents into the present moment.  

    Entertainment: Storytelling, audience interaction, and watching short clips from TV Shows/ Films that re-enforce the vision and message of “Rip Off the Rearview Mirror.”

    Value: Your team will experience what it is like to “Rip Off the Rearview Mirror” by not living in the past, or anticipating the future, rather, being in the “Now.” 


    • Managing the “Now”– Managing the moment allows leaders to deal with issues, obstacles, and challenges as they arise each workday, rather, than putting them off.
    • “Through Line”– By contributing to your company’s “Through Line” morale will increase which leads to increased energy levels and overall production.  
    • Leaving the Past– Individuals who leave their past behind (Depression) gain an incredible amount of time and energy which allows them to refocus on what truly matters each and everyday.   
    • Anticipating the Future- Individuals who stop predicting the future (Anxiety) are able to channel those energies into their present workday.  
  • “AI Mindsets”

    30- 120 minutes

    Focus: The Mindset Divide

    “AI Mindsets” focuses on the mindset divide that pivots from traditional thinking to a more adaptive, collaborative, and forward thinking approach.  

    The “AI Mindsets” experience focuses on:

    Adaptability-Adaptability is being open to change, adapting to new circumstances, and working in a new “environment (i.e. hybrid).

    CollaborationA willingness to work collaboratively (Humans/ Machines), saying “Yes And,” and suspending judgment.  

    Forward Thinking Innovative leaders know that how they see their future and plan for it accordingly, will determine their success. 


    Failing Fast– Failing when necessary, and using the lessons learned to improve.  

    Accountability– Taking ownership of one’s work and all the responsibilities that come with it.  

    Discovery– Experimentation and exploration are the cornerstones for the “AI Mindset.”

    Growth– Growth comes from accepting criticism and being open to new ideas.

    * A more “adaptive, collaborative, and forward thinking approach” comes from Bernard Marr at Forbes.com- “Generative AI: The Mindset Divide that will determine your success.”

  • “CQ”

    30- 120 minutes

    Focus: Creative Intelligence

    “CQ” stands for Creative Intelligence and hinges on two crucial factors for leaders who innovate at the workplace:

    #1- Idea Generation:
     Leaders that have the ability to come up with new ideas, solutions, and problem solving capabilities.

    #2- Execution: Leaders who can take an idea (s) and put it into practice with an innovation plan.

    If leaders at a company can’t generate original ideas that have value in their meeting room or their board room, that company stays “Boxed” in.

    While, leaders at a company that are idea generator but not executors, end up having a plethora of great ideas that go nowhere.

    Your leaders are going to generate original ideas that have value and put them into execution with an “Innovation Plan” during “CQ.”  An “Innovation Plan” is similar to a business plan which includes a strategy or game plan on how to put the winning idea (s) into practice.

    What differentiates a leader and an innovative leader: Idea Generation and Execution- CQ.


    • Discover- Creative intelligence involves the ability to discover new applications or ways of understanding.

    • Explore- To think divergently is to generate an unusual solution to a very specific problem.

    • Imagine- The ability to “imagine if…” and “suppose that…” are qualities of thinking that are unique to people who have creative intelligence.  

    • Cross Application- Cross application is taking something that we know in one situation, and then applying it to another situation that is completely different.

  • “FIRES”

    30- 120 minutes

    Focus: Communication (Non-Verbal)

    “FIRES” is an immersive workshop where attendees learn how to shift their focus from the spoken word (15% of communication) to reading and reacting off of non-verbal cues (85% of communication).    

    “FIRES” focuses on these non-verbal components:

    Facial Expressions– An individual’s facial expressions conveys the emotions and intentions of what one truly feels when talking.  

    Body Language– An individual’s body language is either open, closed, or neutral.  Depending on what one’s body language shows will have a direct impact on the communication process.  

    Tone of Voice– An individual’s tone of voice will affect the meaning and impact of one’s verbal message.

    Energy Levels– An individual’s energy is felt in all venues and in all forums and it is measured in intensity, not volume.  


    • Eliminating Workplace FIRES– Drama, negativity, and gossip will be reduced by shifting the focus off of the spoken word and onto non-verbal cues.  
    • Improving Communication Skills-By focusing on the 85% of the communication process (Non-verbal communication) your team members will communicate more clearly, directly, and efficiently at the workplace.
    • Developing Managerial Skills– Leaders having the ability to read their co-workers non-verbal cues will sharpen their ability to lead and manage men and women from all generations.  
    • Increasing Employee Morale– Employees feeling that they are being heard and understood when communicating at the workplace will have a direct impact on improved morale and overall culture.  
  • “Working in the Moment”

    30- 120 minutes

    Focus: Work Safety

    In today’s fast-paced world, we are rarely in the moment. We are reflecting on the past, or thinking about the future, and this lack of working in the moment is a major cause of accidents.  Every year, un-focused acts costs billions of dollars in damage and injury.

    “Working in the Moment” combats this problem by giving audience members the tools to operate in the present moment, eliminate distractions, and heighten their attention to detail.  Distractions include being sleep deprived, hungry, along with the digital distractions that keep our focus on us rather than the job we are doing at that moment.

    5 Ways “Working in the Moment” Will Improve Your Company’s Safety:

    1. Accidents- Reduce accidents by being present
    2. Culture- Improve your work environment by getting the focus off of you and onto others
    3. Stress- Improve health by reducing stress-caused symptoms such as panic attacks, headaches,
    and indigestion
    4. Accountability- Understanding unsafe behaviors have consequences and we are responsible
    for our actions
    5. Anxiety- Decrease unnecessary anxiety by changing one’s inner dialogue


    • Breathing- Breathing Techniques to slow down and become present
    • Thought Processes- Stop distracting thoughts by shifting one’s focus off of oneself
    • Working in the Moment- Learn how to make spontaneous decisions with thoughtful consideration
    • Mental Health- Experience and express emotions in a safe and healthy fashion
    • Planning– Strategies to help other people focus, including co-workers, family and friends