Monday Morning Check-in

Set your top goals for the week and get some accountability when you commit to them with a group of coworkers. Celebrate your accomplishments from the previous week. We use a white board and sticky notes to keep track of who said they would do what. We end at 10am sharp so that we can get back to work.Passport members, join us! You don't need a block of hours to enjoy this (or any) OfficeXpats event. It is a great time to take advantage of your  membership to stay connected with your professional community on the island.Quick story: We've been doing this a long time! Paula Holmes-Eber, affiliate professor at the UW Jackson School of International Studies, states, “writing a book can be a lonely and never-ending project. Monday morning check-ins for the past five years have kept me accountable to complete the chapter drafts she promised.” Please Note: OfficeXpats requires proof of vaccination for all members and guests. When not eating or drinking, please wear a mask in the community areas. Thank you!

OfficeXpats, upstairs in the Pavilion, meet in the Event room

Set your top goals for the week and get some accountability when you commit to them with a group of coworkers. Celebrate your accomplishments from the previous week. We use a white board and sticky notes to keep track of who said they would do what. We end at 10am sharp so that we can get back to work.


Passport members, join us! You don't need a block of hours to enjoy this (or any) OfficeXpats event. It is a great time to take advantage of your  membership to stay connected with your professional community on the island.


Quick story: We've been doing this a long time! Paula Holmes-Eber, affiliate professor at the UW Jackson School of International Studies, states, “writing a book can be a lonely and never-ending project. Monday morning check-ins for the past five years have kept me accountable to complete the chapter drafts she promised.” 


Please Note: OfficeXpats requires proof of vaccination for all members and guests. When not eating or drinking, please wear a mask in the community areas. Thank you!