Topics: Team-building, Life Balance, Humor in the Workplace
Lively cooperative learning games provide a safe and supportive environment for creative risk taking. Improv Theater exercises engage participants in relaxed, confidence building- and team bonding, creative collaborations. Throughout special attention is played on the role of humor to defuse stress and spark more flexible thinking and innovative problem solving.
Key Learning Objectives:
Leaders and teams have a clearer understanding of how laughter helps them keep their balance in periods of high volatility.
Participants learn to think fast on their feet and come up with creative “Plan B’s.”
Attendees walk away knowing four fun, quick and easy ways to use the power of play to spark shared humor, and re-energize teamwork.
Rob Peck really brought our team together. His uplifting spirit of fun and hands-on experiential learning methodology worked wonders for our morale.Rob's got a great knack for tying in the joy of laughter with solid content and immediately applicable skills. The fact that he came in with such a good handle on our needs broke down a lot of barriers and created a very positive rapport right from the start…Rob's follow-up trainings delivered just the results we were hoping for.
The upbeat way you integrated humorous IFPA anecdotes made your session the perfect way to approach the serious topic of change in the workplace. The combination of riveting visuals, pragmatic strategies, and uplifting stories helped attendees relax and recharge.