When trust is lacking on a work team or in an organization, it is obvious. Work gets micromanaged, information is withheld, preferential treatment is given to some, and productivity suffers.
In this fun, fast-paced, and highly interactive workshop you will learn how to create a culture of trust on your team where challenges are met with creative solutions, productivity increases, and work satisfaction soars.
You will learn to:
• Quickly build trust in the moment
• Access diverse viewpoints and be inclusive of them
• Speak so you will be heard
• Repair trust when it has been broken
• Create solutions together, even when people disagree
“…One of the best workshops I’ve ever been to.”
“…very practical with valuable takeaways and tips.”
Team Coaching with Applied Improv
What if team coaching could be fun?
When are you most open to new ideas and learning? When you're having fun and surrounded by people you trust. Applied improv trainings create the optimal conditions for learning while teaching essential communication skills.
Applied Improvisation is an emerging field in leadership development that takes the skills and principles of performance improvisation and applies them to settings in business and life where success depends on the moment-to-moment interactions between people.
Many of the most important conversations of our lives are improvised.
Most of us are making things up as we go along, without knowing what skills we are using.
Professional improvisors know exactly what they are doing. They can go on stage with no script and no plan, and within seconds create relationships that are positive, engaged, and solution-focused.
Applied improvisation adapts these same principles and skill sets to teach us all how to make our own improvised conversations more successful, engaging, and enjoyable.
“I came to respect everybody's creativity and contribution, appreciate the value of listening and observing, and value how well-designed exercises could bring out the collective best in a group.
“I am more able to accept my own fallibility with grace.
“I have more tools in my toolbox for navigating conflicts in my department.
Learning improv skills is fun and accessible to everyone.
“This program helped me to see that we all have something unique and precious to offer, no matter our department, amount of experience, etc.
“I have been more frequently verbalizing feedback to colleagues about their contributions to projects and committee work. This has helped me slow down and listen more prior to responding.
Play when the stakes are low so you can perform when the stakes are high.