The Experience

What can choreography teach your team about transformation and focus?

Matt Steffanina, the world’s most popular choreographer and the person behind the moves of Taylor Swift, Snoop Dogg, and Jason Derulo, will join you live.

Matt will lead a live and interactive discussion about the parallels between choreography and business. First, he will explain that everyone can dance; “complex” dance moves are just a simple series of steps — and he will ask your team to draw parallels. Next, he will make point to the importance of thinking “impact-back” — to ensure your team applies its focus to the problems that matter.

To close the Experience, Matt will teach everyone a new dance move — a wildly popular segment that has inspired countless LinkedIn and YouTube postings of ‘dancing’ corporate teams.

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$3,000 for up to 10 people
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The Creators

Matt Steffanina is the world’s most popular choreographer. He has become one of the industry’s most sought after choreographers for TV, commercials, and movies. Matt’s credits include So You Think You Can Dance, The Ellen Show, Step Up, Taylor Swift, Chris Brown, Krewella, Snoop Dogg, Wiz Khalifa and more.

In 2016 he won The Amazing Race transforming him from a well known choreographer to an international superstar.

Matt is the most ‘followed’ dancer in the world with over 10 million subscribers on YouTube, over 7 million followers on TikTok, over 4M followers on Instagram, and over 1.5 billion views on his videos.

Use Cases

This experience can help your team accomplish several goals. Read more about the needs this experience could fill for your team.

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David • November 2021

CEO for $200M SaaS company

“…we loved it; message of everything is possible ‘step-at-a-time’ was right for us…”


Helen • October 2021

VP Events at $200M SaaS company

“…phenomenal experience for revenue kickoff…”

Arnold • September 2021

CRO for $10B SaaS company

“…universally, people loved it; we have awesome picture of Matt teaching us to dance…”