It is important to find ways to get along with those we work with, or we may miss what they contribute or what we could be contributing to collectively enhance our workplace environments.
This workshop will introduce some key principles of Improvisational Performance to find agreement and enhance our workplace relationships.
Join us for this workshop where we’ll cover:
Using improvisational performance principles to enhance workplace performance
Giving and gaining acceptance within the group dynamic
The power of “Yes, and…”
About Our Facilitator
Ted Ward, the founder of Achieve Onward, has more than 25 years of organizational leadership experience, often serving in a role of change agent with groups needing to pivot toward new strategies and practices. Having a lifelong spirit of entrepreneurship, he has enjoyed numerous ventures, including some time with ComedySportz Indianapolis – where he discovered many of the teambuilding, leadership, and professional development practices/philosophies he had been using all along, are parallel to many key attributes of Improv comedy (e.g. “Who’s Line is it Anyway?”) as well.
Ted has served with numerous not-for-profit organizations, is a former Chief Probation Officer and President of the Probation Officers Professional Association of Indiana, and he currently serves in a dual role as administrator and faculty at Ball State University. His personal mission statement reads: “I intend to encourage, inspire, and support growth and development among the people I influence.”
(thursday) 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
1208 W. White River Blvd., Muncie, IN 47303