We pride ourselves on providing a unique safe space for professionals to share their failures and live life without filters. Failure is extremely taboo in today's working culture so we're committed to de-stigmatizing this and improving workplaces psychologically.
As of right now we mainly accomplish this through two approaches: our monthly community events and our private events where we provide corporate training/team building events for businesses. And Fuckup Nights Global has been featured in press such as Forbes, Inc Magazine, FastCompany, and Huff Post.
Allow us to absorb the criticism, accept full responsibility, and ultimately help you look good to your superiors by bringing us in to add value to your students. We promise that the only thing you'll regret is that you didn't bring us in sooner and that you haven't booked an event for your administrative staff also.
Christopher Ray Coleman
Founder & Director
Fuckup Nights Mobile
Have Christopher Ray Coleman or any speaker from our roster deliver a keynote based on the topics of battling imposter syndrome, creating a psychologically safe workplace, or embracing a growth mindset.
Have Christopher Ray Coleman interview someone from your organization, school, or local business community. Or have a student interview Christopher Ray Coleman to cover topics pertaining to his journey and the entrepreneur/start-up ecosystem of today.
1-2 HR engaging presentation with breakout groups on the topics of a psychological workplace, radical candor, resiliency in the workplace, etc.
Take our trademarked format that we provide at our monthly community events and businesses: 3-4 speakers(internal or external), 10 slides, 7 minutes, plus Q&A, then a business mixer to keep the conversations going.
Have a leader of your student organization moderate a panel of 3-4 professionals with questions generated from students. Or have Christopher Ray Coleman moderate a panel of 3-4 student organization leaders with questions he has generated as well as ones from students.
This of this as a campus table. However there's no recruiting, pitching, or selling being done. It's something to build the culture of sharing failures that's light-hearted and fun. Usually done with sticky notes and a whiteboard/bulletin board.
Have us present a networking event at an on-campus space, local restaurant, coffee shop, bowling alley, etc. You bring the students and we'll bring the professionals/business owners. It's a Fuckup Night without the speakers but with the same aspects of sharing the failures, being vulnerable, and networking.