Empathy Safari Training
at the Disneyland® Resort
About the training
Learn about what an Empathy Safari is and how you can create one to inspire your organization. Attendees will experience an Empathy Safari and learn how to plan and implement them at a small or large scale within an organization. Practical, hands-on exercises and materials will leave attendees with a deep understanding of the possibilities and a concrete plan for how to create an Empathy Safari for their teams.
The Empathy Safari we will be experiencing will leverage the Disneyland® Resort location because of the topic we will be using for the training. Empathy Safari's can be run in many different locations, depending on the purpose of the safari itself. We will discuss multiple examples and styles of safaris during the class when we cover planning and implementation.
This training is perfect for anyone who wants to influence their organization to be more empathetic, creative or innovative. Would this be you?
Pricing and Registration
Class size is limited for maximum learning
General Registration $500
About the Instructor
Wendy Castleman is the former leader of the Intuit Innovation Catalysts and has spent most of the last 10 years building innovation coaching skills into passionate employees who want to inspire and facilitate others to be innovative in all areas of their work. She has taught thousands of people, including almost 2,000 innovation catalysts inside and outside of Intuit. She is now the founder of Developeople UX, LLC and is dedicated to elevating Design Thinking and User Experience Research skills throughout the world.
about the venue
The location of this training will be in a conference room at Disney’s Paradise Pier® Hotel, and out in the property throughout the Disneyland® Resort. We will not be going into the parks themselves during the training, but attendees will qualify for discounted tickets and hotel rooms.
Although the training will be held at the Disneyland® Resort, it is in no way affiliated with the Disneyland® Resort itself.