Applied Improv for Leaders and Entrepreneurs

Applied Improv for Leaders and Entrepreneurs
Event on 2017-08-01 17:00:00
Enjoy plenty of guidelines and direction for productive trial and error!  This 4-week applied improv comedy course series has these key objectives: Improve your abilities at leadership speaking, business networking, handling rejection, and handling annoying people.   Practice applied improvisation to challenge, change and connect. Succeed and fail together by trying new ideas and quirky approaches. It's okay, failure literally gets praise and standing ovations here! Discover and grow into your own unique leadership style.      WEEK 1: LEADERSHIP SPEAKING – Introduction to applied improv comedy exercises that will improve your confidence in situations of public speaking, leadership communication and team influence.   Command the room, speak with commitment, work with what you’ve got, and have people remembering you forever.  "Speaking with confidence... I got this!" WEEK 2: NETWORKING – Introduction to applied improv comedy exercises that will improve your confidence in business networking situations.  Introduce yourself with flair, work the room productively, and sign off unforgettably.  "A room full of strangers? No problem!" WEEK 3: HANDLING REJECTION – Introduction to applied improv comedy exercises that will improve your ability to avoid rejection, and improve your tolerance for rejection.  When you're bombing out, go down with style: "Rejection, consider yourself handled!" WEEK 4: HANDLING ANNOYING PEOPLE – Introduction to applied improv comedy exercises that will improve your ability to get away from annoying people quickly, stop annoying behaviour in its tracks, and avoid annoying people before they even get started. "Annoying people, you been handled!" All levels and abilities are welcome.  Come as you are! Cheers, Lynn  

at AlphaKOR
7800 Twin Oaks Dr
Windsor, Canada

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