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Our basic four-hour workshop includes:
initial planning meeting
optional collaboration on workshop rehearsal and design
delivery of four hour workshop (includes breaks), with one lead facilitator and two performance assistants
follow up meeting to assess impact
can be adjusted down to 2 hours, and up to 6 hours.
Requirements: a room large enough to hold us and your team both sitting and standing. Our team of three will serve up to 29 participants. Thirty and above requires one additional performance assistant. Limit for single workshop is 50 participants.
Examine and fix difficult customer service scenarios. We design the situations your team will recognize, and then guide them towards a successful resolution.
defining "role" vs. "person"
focusing on specific goals for each encounter
big picture thinking
asking for help
team support for individual challenges
Let us support your company meeting its compliance with mandatory state and federal regulations and statutes, including:
Codes of conduct
We support excellent managers and program directors!
We can design a workshop for your upper management to address:
$175/hour — One on one coaching for your presentation. Includes:
integration of your printed or projected media
voice and breath control
anxiety management strategies
body relaxation and presentation techniques
Requirements: you provide the material you are presenting, and a private room for us to work in which will support that material. We do the rest! Coaching includes one hour preliminary meeting.
$175/hour — Evaluation of and support for your delivery of speeches, legal work, presentations, and leadership events such as meeting facilitation and internal group events. Accents and dialects evaluated and adjusted for ease of comprehension.
$175/hour —We support your extraordinary introduction, examination, and summation.
breath, volume and nuance
effective use of props and evidence