Common scenarios are enacted through role-play, improv and Forum Theatre. This allows employees to pinpoint their short-comings and literally see for themselves how a simple shift in body language or vocal pitch can diffuse an undesirable situation and turn it into a more productive interaction.
As the old Chinese saying goes, “What I hear, I forget. What I see, I remember. What I do, I understand.” By participating in these workshops, learning becomes experiential. Learning outcomes are cemented and can be more seamlessly implemented into everyday interactions that last far beyond the confines of the workshop.
THEATRE SKILLS ARE LIFE SKILLS.
Now more than ever, in our “New Normal”, we need to reconnect and polish our face-to-face skills.