Empathize, Connect, Create: Healing Post-#MeToo
Holding personal boundaries and fulfilling roles in creative production can quickly become challenging even for the most attuned humans. Balancing personal embodiment and creative expression at work can take a project’s meaning to a higher level of consciousness, but rigidity in the traditional workplace can stifle and isolate. #Metoo is a key moment of opportunity to better understand the role of emotions and intimacy in the workplace. This panel brings together the foremost experts on personal and professional intimacy in Silicon Valley and Hollywood to discuss their work in eradicating shame while increasing empathy, emotional literacy, conflict resolution skills, and holistic self-expression to enhance connection, creativity, and efficiency in the entertainment industry and beyond.
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- Lack of emotional literacy often plays a role in our day to day operations and can drive negative outcomes around efficiency and co-creativity.
- Fulfilling creative expression happens when people feel seen, increasing empathy can address misunderstandings & deepen interpersonal synergy.
- Guiding people to become more self-aware and overcome shame allows them to fully express themselves and able to support others in doing the same.
- Nicole Brydson, Creative Director, Misfit Media
- Danielle Harel, Co-founder, Somatica Institute of Sex and Relationship Coaching
- Celeste Hirschman, Co-Founder, Somatica Institute of Sex and Relationship Coaching
- Amanda Blumenthal, Intimacy Coordinator, HBO
Nicole Brydson, Creative Director, The Misfits Media Company