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16 - 21 June 2024
Yokohama, Japan
Special Event
Lunch & Learn: Understanding Your Social Battery
17 June 2024 • 12:00 - 13:00 Japan Standard Time | Room G7, North - 1F 
During this interactive session, participants will learn about their own social batteries. Every human being has a different capacity in themselves to navigate social situations and life experiences. Some have large capacitors of stored energy to socialize and engage with others, while other people have smaller capacitors, and their energy is drained more quickly. We can summarize these experiences using social battery pins and spoon theory. This workshop will illustrate real world examples of how different people manage their social energy available, and how others can be mindful of those that have less social capacity.

Facilitators:


Alysha Shugart


Stacey Sueoka


Charlotte Guthery


Nour Skaf

 


Event Details

FORMAT: Interactive workshop session hosted by SPIE volunteers.
MENU: Boxed meal service for the first 40 attendees with gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegetarian options available.
SETUP: Round tables with approximately 8 chairs per table.