"Just Say Yes"
Corporate Training Workshop
This "JUST SAY YES" improvisation workshop is geared to developing key skills that are directly transferable to the workplace. Through a series of exercises, obstacles and discoveries participants will gain skills in communicating in a collaborative and imaginative way using the principles of improvisation.
Who is this aimed at?
Teams constrained by entrenched behaviour in work-place communication.
Sales and marketing teams responsible for promoting ideas, products or services.
Teams who need to be more effective at working together.
Teams looking for a renewed dynamism.
People who feel their voice is not heard in meetings and other interactions.
People who would like to refresh their work persona and communication skills.
What is required?
Each workshop is tailored to your requirements. We can can come to your workplace or can arrange a suitable venue. The venue needs to provide enough space for all participants to move around freely and a chair each – and that’s it!
Experience has shown that a 2 hour session for groups of a minimum of 8 people and up to a maximum of 20 is the most effective approach. Multiple groups and bespoke set-ups can be tailored to your requirements.
What are the benefits of the "Just Say Yes" Workshop?
We are is a small team of actors and improvisers who have extensive experience in training and facilitating. For many people this will be a totally new approach to workplace training but, as part of a learning and development strategy, provides valuable tool for a modern business.
In essence the "Just Say Yes" improvisation workshop offers training in a heightened level of communication to achieve the following:
Increased creativity and imagination.
Improved communication and listening skills.
Develop confidence, spontaneity and teamwork.
Improved business and personal communication.
How do you describe this training experience to prospective participants?
The word ‘improvisation” can immediately bring to mind flamboyant, show off performances, stand-up comedians, “Whose line is it Anyway” type shows, role playing or a requirement to be extrovert and funny. This is NOT what this workshop offers.
All London Improv Theatre workshops are held in a very supportive and non-competitive atmosphere. No participants will be “put on the spot” or made to feel uncomfortable or exposed. We create a safe environment where people can push their boundaries and discover new things. Improvisation in this context is about creating structure and acquiring new tools to improve communication skills.