It’s true, we’re surrounded by monsters. Our coworkers can cause nightmares, cold sweats, and sweaty palms. In this fun, different take on office relationships, I introduce the classic movie monsters and identify each with a personality type we all encounter at work. For example, every office has their own Dracula—rarely seen in the daytime hours, but always ready to swoop in and suck the life out of the project everyone else is working on. Office vampires live off of others, unable to contribute anything on their own. This rollicking presentation features great visuals, some surprising stories and an insightful conclusion about the fine line between monsters and heroes. It’s a fresh, entertaining look at a widespread problem…and it has a customizable element that will have your audience cheering and laughing. Key Takeaways: • We can learn to understand the forces that create “monstrous” behavior in the workplace. And that understanding is the beginning of empathy and acceptance. • Be aware that the most frightening monster may be the one in the mirror. • Nobody wants to be a monster. How can we help them to become more human?