Playful Rebellion: Maximize Workplace Success Through The Power of Play

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Gary Ware
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5.0 X 8.0 X 0.44 inches | 0.46 pounds

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About the Author

Gary Ware, the founder of Breakthrough Play, is a corporate facilitator, keynote speaker, certified coach, and self-proclaimed Creative Catalyst. Gary has over fourteen years of experience in the corporate world holding various leadership positions. Being a multifaceted individual, Gary also comes with nearly a decade of experience as a performer in improv theatre. After experiencing burnout in his pursuit for success and happiness, he realized that what was missing was play. Committing to a life of play is what led Gary to discover his passion for facilitating. Gary uses the power of applied improvisation and other playful methods to assist people in unlocking creativity, confidence, and better communication. Gary was recently featured as one of the Top 100 HR influencers of 2021 by the Engagedly HR software platform. When Gary isn't leading workshops or speaking, you can find him learning magic or off on an adventure with his wife, Courtney, and sons, Garrett and Cameron.If you would like to use the power of play to activate your team or event, Gary is available for workshops and talks. You can find more information at
Sarah Moyle is a creative catalyst and visual storyteller, a role she created for herself at Intel Corporation and as a freelancer. She likes to say she's been making Intel engineers uncomfortable since 2011 by challenging teams to change the way they chink about work. With strategic art, play theory, and targeted facilitation, Sarah taps into the innate creativity inside each of us and guides teams to discover their own creative solutions to business challenges. Some of her favorite tools include LEGO SERIOUS PLAY, and graphic facilitation.As an illustrator, Sarah specializes in Whiteboard Animation videos, strategy maps, and Sketchnotes, and is working on several children's books. She adores sharing her love of art with her two young children, Owen and Mila. Sarah's passions focus not only on creating art bur in bringing art and play into others' lives by drawing, speaking about the importance of play for creativity, and teaching visual workshops. Her favorite thing is creating immersive experiences for others, especially for Halloween. Come October, Sarah's house is an annual (and spooky) art project all its own. To see more of Sarah's creations, visit her website at