The Communication Reboot - Teaching Improvisation to Businesses
SALES AND CREATIVITY ARE LOW. EMPLOYEE RETENTION IS POOR. COMPANY CULTURE IS SUFFERING.
GET READY TO IMPROVE WITH IMPROV!
The Communication Reboot will teach your team:
- to be flexible and accepting
- to be open to problem solving
- to be masters of modern and traditional communication skills
- to use sales roleplaying to increase revenue
- to listen effectively
- to work as a team who practices inclusion and empathy
- to thrive during change and challenges
- and most importantly to want to go to the office
Now booking for in-office workshops, company retreats and holiday events.
Every time a company replaces a salaried employee, it costs the business an average of 6 to 9 months’ that salary. This is painful and costly for every stakeholder in your business.
We'll get your team laughing and working together again so you can reboot communication with proven (and fun) techniques. Imagine the thrill of Whose Line is it Anyway? in your office.
Each department will benefit from improvisation training. Marketing becomes more creative. Sales teams become more confident and listen more intently. Customer Service becomes faster at providing solutions. Management learns to say, “Yes, and…” instead of “Heck, no!”
The Communication Reboot offers teams a chance to let down their hair and work with one another to learn about acceptance, creativity, trust, spontaneity and public speaking. Improv veteran, Dave Delaney, and his partners will provide your staff with a fun way to take the fundamentals of improv comedy and apply them to your business. Sounds great, right?
The most profitable companies retain talent, produce top-quality work, and have happy, empowered people.
Great companies have stellar management who lead solid teams. And the best teams know how to listen effectively, overcome creative blocks and negotiate efficiently. They are master communicators and collaborators.
Expect a rejuvenated, energized, happier team when together we reboot your communication. Let’s do this!