In 2015, Design for Dance will be presenting novel solutions for improving employee wellness and engagement through dance.
We are bringing together a vanguard of industry leaders to teach about the value of dance in the workplace.
Join us on May 7th as we discover the unharnessed potential of dance @ work to improve employee health, collaboration, and more. Encompassing scientific research, educators, and companies currently using dance as part of their workplace, this one-day event is not to be missed.
Dance has the potential to promote health and happiness in people of all ages.
Today's options for dancing are too limited. People need new ways to bring dance into their daily lives to reap the physical, mental, and social benefits. We present strategies to move people to action.
Working together, we will discover new solutions for bringing dance into the lives of millions.
I use what I learn at Stanford to achieve outcomes in the real world.
Our last Stanford event was 'Design for Dance.' I use what I learn at Stanford to achieve outcomes in the real world. And I use my experience from the real world to focus our research questions at Stanford.
Some people think all my work is online or in books. Unfortunately, that's not true. Most of the methods I teach today are not online or in books -- at least not yet. That's not by design. It's hard to innovate, teach, and then document it all at once. As a result, I've chosen innovation and teaching as my priorities for now. ~ BJ Fogg
The focus this year is one the benefits of dance in the workplace.
Dance has been shown to improve health, and companies are increasingly looking for new ways to inspire employee wellness. We will also be presenting on dance as a tool for creativity and collaboration within the workplace.
Attendees will leave with with the knowledge of specific strategies of increasing performance within their own companies, which they can implement to increase employee satisfaction and move people to action.
Design for Dance will be held in the Fisher Conference Center at the Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center on the Stanford campus.
The Alumni Center is a state-of-the-art conference and event facility with unique meeting rooms, an elegant reception hall and beautiful outdoor gardens. Conveniently located near the heart of campus, the Alumni Center is your front door to the Farm.
The ground floor offers nearly 30,000 square feet of space specifically designed for the comfort and enjoyment of our Stanford alumni family and guests.
Convenient parking across the street from the Fisher Conference facility/Alumni Center will be available throughout the conference for registered attendees.
Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
326 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305-6105
Convenient parking is available right across the street at Galvez Lot (L-96) for $12 a day. A discount code is available to reduce the parking to $8. If you would like to get the code please email Tanna Drapkin in advance.
Alumni Center Information:
(650) 723-2021 or
(800) 786-2586 (toll free)
There is a wide variety of accommodations near Stanford University. There are many in walking distance. Below we've selected a few recommended hotels that are nearby. A more comprehensive list of accommodations can be found here.
This is a very busy time in the Palo Alto area and you are encouraged to book your accommodations now.
If you require special assistance with your accommodations, please email Tanna Drapkin.
675 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Rate per night: $289 and up -- plus 12% Occupancy tax and 0.07% California tourism tax The Westin and Sheraton are next door to one another. The Westin is about one mile from the Alumni Center. If you don't have a car, it's a pleasant walk - or you can catch the Marguerite free shuttle to campus at the nearby Town & Country shopping center.
625 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Rate per night: $259 and up -- plus 12% Occupancy tax and 0.07% California tourism tax The Sheraton is about one mile from the Alumni Center. If you don't have a car, it's a pleasant walk - or you can catch the Marguerite free shuttle to campus at the nearby Town & Country shopping center.
531 Stanford Ave
Palo Alto, CA 94306
800.729.0332 / 650.857.0333
Rate per night: $189 (single) $199-$209 (double) and up --plus 12% Occupancy tax and 0.07% California tourism tax
The Stanford Terrace Inn is about 1.5 miles from the Alumni Center. If you don't have a car, the staff can direct you on how to walk through campus to the Alumni Center - or you can catch the Marguerite free shuttle on to campus nearby.
Stanford Guest House
2575 Sand Hill Road
Menlo Park CA 94025-7015
Rate per night: $119 flat rate, parking included
The Guest House is about 3.5 miles from the Alumni Center. There are several free shuttle options to campus and the staff there is very helpful. You can find out about transportation to campus from the Guest House here.
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