Workshops

Training

At-the-theatre workshops (may include breakfast, lunch, or dinner on The Danforth)

Embrace Improvisation to Transform Your Team

Powerful experiential exercises that add “Yes, And” thinking to your training programs.

Improvisational ice breakers, role-playing and team building exercises foster stronger collaboration, creativity and innovation between employees and teams. A study conducted by Forrester Consulting, “The Creative Dividend,” shows how adding creativity to the business agenda leads to improved employee engagement scores, increased customer satisfaction and higher revenue.

So how does it work?

We work with companies and organizations, helping everyone feel comfortable and excited about getting out of their comfort zones. Our exercises are geared towards team activities so people feel safe while they are exploring new ways to communicate with each other. We also build our workshop outline around your business objectives and debrief to ensure everyone understands the value of each exercise with regards to workplace goals.

Where can we fit in to your company‘s training program?

  • Team building
  • Connecting diverse teams from different areas or locations
  • Company training days and retreats
  • Sales and marketing training and role-playing

What are your business objectives?

We will customize our improvisation exercises to match your goals.

Key improvisational benefits to employee development are:

  • Power of saying “yes” to ideas
  • Importance of active listening
  • Practice of finding an authentic voice
  • Skills needed to effectively handle conflict
  • Value of developing creativity and curiosity to encourage new ideas
  • Impact of removing judgement in order to access the creative brain
  • Effect of courage building on learning to be more open
  • Significance of laughter and playfulness to support collaboration
  • Power of saying “yes” to ideas
  • Importance of active listening
  • Practice of finding an authentic voice
  • Skills needed to effectively handle conflict
  • Value of developing creativity and curiosity to encourage new ideas
  • Impact of removing judgement in order to access the creative brain
  • Effect of courage building on learning to be more open
  • Significance of laughter and playfulness to support collaboration