Engage Studio - Using Improv Comedy to Become an Agile and Effective Leader Monday, 21 October 2019 from 2:15 PM – 3:45 PM

Location
254AB
Streaming Location
251A
Session Type
Learning Experience - Leadership Development

Like life itself, work does not follow a ready-made script. You have to think and adapt as you go. In a word: improvise. The best, most dynamic, leaders do this as a matter of course. They use improvisation skills to be powerful communicators, and agile promoters of teamwork and collaboration. And so can you! Learn tested improvisation techniques, engage in Improv games, and experience the thrill of breaking through self-imposed limitations. Learn how to deploy improvisation to enhance creativity, gain clarity, and increase self-confidence. Drawing on years of CRE experience, the facilitators will translate theory into practice. Gain an effective toolkit to enhance team dynamics, reduce conflict, and maximize success.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn why the concept of “Yes And” is essential for fostering collaboration within your team and reducing workplace negativity.

  • Understand how leading starts with listening, and by developing engaged listening skills, we create more dynamic interactions.

  • Think and act fast on your feet and use Improv to develop greater mental agility to create open and powerful communication with colleagues.

Speakers

Portrait photo of Chris Calhoun, MCR Chris Calhoun, MCR
Vice President and Group Manager, Real Estate & Workplace Strategy, T Rowe Price Associates
Speaker
Portrait photo of Chris Ulrich Chris Ulrich
Founder, CU in the Moment
Speaker

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Topics

Leadership & Management, Outsourcing, Partnering, Performance Management

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