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Jersey City In-Person Happy Hour: Shape up your team!

Oct 3, 2023, 9:00 – 11:00 PM

Join us at the Iron Monkey on the rooftop in Jersey City for an informal gathering to build a shared understanding of Atlassian products and solutions, and to strengthen your team through networking and collaboration. We'll be joined by special guest speaker Mark Cruth, a Modern Work Coach from Atlassian!

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About this event

Teamwork is tough, and it’s not getting easier. As more teams switch to remote or hybrid work models, building and maintaining a sense of connection and shared purpose among team members is becoming increasingly challenging. If we're going to get our teams healthy, we need to hit the teamwork gym!

Join Mark Cruth, Modern Work Coach from Atlassian, for an engaging community session on the practices necessary to build a healthy team! We'll develop a shared understanding of responsibilities, team goals, how you work together, and our relationship with other teams. With just four simple exercises, you can bring your team in shape to become more productive and innovative. So let's pump...you up!


Note: Iron Monkey is only 2 Blocks from the NJ Path Exchange Place Station and 1 block from the Exchange Place Light Rail Station. 

There are Parking Garages located:

LAZ Parking - 105 Greene St, Jersey City, NJ 07302

70 Greene St Garage - Hudson Greene, 27 Sussex St, Jersey City, NJ 07302

LAZ Parking 95 Greene St - 74 Grand St, Jersey City, NJ 07302


Speaker

  • Mark Cruth

    Atlassian

    Modern Work Coach

When

When

Tuesday, October 3, 2023
9:00 PM – 11:00 PM UTC

Community Leaders

  • George Kopsachilis

    ACE Leader

  • Nancy Kopsachilis

    Schrödinger

    ACE Leader

  • Howard Eberhart

    ACE Leader

Contact host

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