Breaking Through Negativity:
Using Improvisation Techniques for "In-the-Moment" Collaboration
with Sheree Galpert
Wednesday, July 15th, 2020
VIRTUAL - Link in Registration Email
6:30pm – 8:30pm
It’s a familiar scenario: you’re in the virtual room with a group, and you keep running into resistance. Your session is going nowhere fast. Surely there must be a way to break through the logjam of negativity and disinterest- to get things moving faster and better- to capture the attention and enthusiasm of the group- to build their commitment to the process and the goals- to capitalize on their knowledge and brainpower.
And there is!
In Breaking through Negativity: Resources for “In-the-Moment” Collaboration, you’ll discover how improvisation can help you unlock the potential that is in every group to work more collaboratively, more creatively, and more effectively. You’ll learn some simple-yet-powerful techniques for mobilizing a group, and explore ways improvisation can improve your work and how you approach it. Come-play-learn!
We recommend you to turn your video on for this session. It’s improv - we believe it’s best experienced when we can see each other perform.
We may not be able to hand out business cards, but we can still trade LinkedIn urls. Learn how to customize yours here: https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/topics/6042/6054/87
We’re going to use Zoom Annotations - we’ll have a short tutorial during the event. Learn more about using annotations here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115005706806-Using-annotation-tools-on-a-shared-screen-or-whiteboard#h_b125534d-7755-4b66-859d-9120cf22abaa
About Our Speaker
Sheree Galpert (Principal, Dramatic Results) is an organization development consultant, actor, writer, and educator. She has developed and delivered trainings for a wide variety of sectors and clients, from Harvard University to Verizon to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center to Microsoft. As an actor, she has performed on professional stages from coast to coast and border to border. Sheree’s areas of O.D. expertise include diversity, communication skills, leadership development, conflict management, management and supervisory skills, and innovation. Sheree did her graduate studies in Organization Development at American University/NTL, and earned her BFA in Theater from the University of Washington. Sheree is a member of the Applied Improvisation Network, Actors Equity Association, and SAG-AFTRA. https://www.dramaticresults.net/New and Prospective Member Orientation!
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