Remote Connection

At Rapt, we invite everyone to “bring their whole selves to work,” which — at times like this — means we dispense with the pretense of keeping up appearances; that we don’t have to pretend everything’s just fine if in fact it’s not.

The exercises moved us beyond scripted, reflexive answers and into uncharted territory.

To elicit JOY & LAUGHTER:

To make space for DISCOMFORT & UNCERTAINTY:

To feel PRESENT & GROUNDED:

Responding to the prompts has habituated us to opening up, and our sharing spills over into work. Conversations throughout the day have become more nuanced, because we’ve invited the whole person to speak.

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