Relationships are at the heart of successful coaching. Coaches who develop trust and intimacy with their clients get more out of each session. This workshop will explore the connection between improv and relationship building. In improv, performers create instant relationships with their scene partners. While the purpose of an improv scene is typically to entertain, the tools improvisers use to connect with each other have applications beyond the stage. In this highly interactive workshop, participants will engage in:
Because improv can be defined as acting without a script, improvisers are therefore in a constant state of discovery. There isn't a script for coaching, either. Being comfortable with the unknown and reacting quickly in the moment are skills exhibited by successful improvisers and coaches alike.
About the Presenter: David Marx
David Marx is a learning and development professional who has designed and led workshops for organizations such as Walmart, WIX.com, Motorola, Provident Loan, the Association for Talent Development NYC, and Dress for Success. His passion for productive communication has also led him to become a volunteer mediator for the New York Peace Institute. He performs and teaches improv regularly for ANDTheatre Company. As a performer with multiple stage and film credits, he believes in the power of performing arts techniques to transform the way we connect and communicate.
Alvarez and Marsal
600 Madison Avenue (58th / 59th)
8th Floor Boardroom
ATD NYC Members: $00.00
ATD NYC Coaching SIG Co-Chair
Diane Dean, email@example.com
Registration closes October 21, 2019 at 5 p.m.
Chapter Incentive Program (ChIP) code for td.org store purchases: CH1026
ATD New York City Chapter
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New York, NY 10024