Creativity is intelligence having fun. – Albert Einstein
Communication + Creativity = One Big YES!
My workshops have one aim: to help you boost the fun and curb the funk. I use acting and improv exercises to enhance creativity and communication. Why? Because it works.
It’s a powerful kick in the ass to let your guard down with people who you see all of the time. It allows perspective to be gained and insights to be gleamed. It helps build resiliency for risk taking and picking yourself up after failing. It creates a stronger team morale and a more unified support system all around. Confidence and focus are boosted and personal agendas and insecurities peter out. It’s one hell of a sight to be seen, let me tell you.
Workshop populations range from:
- Higher Education
- Businesses and Organizations
- Community Events
- even Birthday Parties (young and old)!
“Stepping out of a normal routine, finding novelty, being open to serendipity, enjoying the unexpected, embracing a little risk, and finding pleasure in the heightened vividness of life. These are all qualities of a state of play.”
– Dr. Stuart Brown
It’s all communication. It’s all possible. It’s all necessary.
Workshop Topics (not limited to):
- Public Speaking
- Goal Setting & Core Values
- Employment Appreciation
- Cultivating Creativity
- Team Building
Disclaimer: Sessions may bring about intense feelings of pure joy, excitement, and increased self-confidence. Participants may break out into rounds of intense high-fiving, unrestrainable smiling streaks or, in the most extreme cases, uncontrollable bouts of laughter. This is extremely contagious and may last indefinitely.
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This highly experiential four-week series is for any parent who is up for jumping in and surprising yourself. It focuses on techniques and strategies to keep your intuition razor sharp so you can continue to foster a trusting and solid relationship with your kid(s) from the inside out.
Contact me with any questions.
Register through MVCC: 315.792.5300 or www.mvcc.edu/cced
*Please note that the correct dates are March 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th. There is a misprint in the MVCC catalog.
Examples of Past Workshops