Explore the value of playful improvisation and serious games to help you establish more confident, more productive and more effective connections with all of your collaborators at work and in life.
What: Participants in this series of workshops will experience the value of embodied learning. In “getting out of their comfort zones,” participants will efficiently and enjoyably learn the importance of clear objectives, listening and observing, building teams, leading from where they are, how to make work more like play, and how to make mistakes without punishing themselves.
Benefits: In this engaging and fun workshop series, participants will rediscover and strengthen skills of observation and responsiveness; increase their willingness to risk, fail, and risk again; increase their tools of personal communication including imagination, relaxation, observation, and concentration; and increase appreciation for the importance of connecting through sharing emotion. In addition, they will develop their appreciation of the communicative importance of voice and body.
Who should attend: Innovators, developers, collaborators. Anyone who feels stagnant in their work life or overly reliant on habitual communication patterns, and those who want to improve their networking skills.
When: This is a full-day workshop of six contact hours from 9 am-4 pm.