Bi-Monthly 90-minute Workshop
Thursday, July 22nd, 1-230pm PT
Limited to 20 spots
You aren't alone.
Remember what it felt like to do something spontaneous with people you've just met?
Something to let loose, be creative and have fun...with zero expectations for the outcome.
A new kind of networking event.
Be lead thru improv games and exercises that will have you feeling good, feeling a little challenged, and filling that cup we all have to be seen by others.
Improv is the scariest thing ever.
The Inner critic is a survival instinct that keeps us from being spontaneous.
You know, the instinct which tells us to play it safe and say no until we understand it logically and have a measured response?
Imagine going out on a limb and thinking you messed up only to watch it be spun into gold.
Everyone is learning specific ways to be supportive, and specific ways to accept support.
That feeling when you know others are out there with you, being vulnerable and willing to fall flat on their face.
At the center of improv is empathy and connection.
By listening and being present, you can support each other and quickly create connections with people with whom you have never met or worked with before.
Improvisation aids in improving mental flexibility and adaptability.
Play is vital for creativity and it also silences our inner critic which occupies a different region of the brain.
Saying yes to someone else's offer, and, adding to it before you know where you are going, is play, is improv.
During this workshop, participants are led through a series of fun, easy games and exercises to practicing resilience, adaptability, listening and collaborating in different ways.
We will also take time to connect and reflect on the experience and learnings as we go.
A few of the endless benefits of improv:
Embracing the unknown
Creating from nothing (or very little)
Becoming more empathetic
Better listening skills
Learn how to get out of your own way
Improved confidence in being open to having difficult conversations
The workshop is fully interactive and participation is required.
No previous experience needed.
Come with an open mind and ready to play!
Being funny is not a requirement.
Being willing to be open is.
To target specific challenges with your team and see how improv could help, schedule a consultation here to discuss customized workshops.