The Theatrics of Teamwork
Is there any workplace drama in your office? This workshop could be a good fit for your team. Find out whose personalities are more dominant than others. Who is a born leader? Which of your team members are more introverted? By determining the personalities in your workforce, you can begin to better understand what to expect from your team members and their ability to communicate effectively.
Prior to the start of your scheduled workshop, an enneagram assessment will be sent to each team member for discussion by our facilitator. After each member submits their results, our facilitator will spend a portion of the workshop analyzing your team’s data, quantifying the makeup in enneagram types amongst your team, and explaining the good, the bad, and the ugly of each type.
After learning more about each team member’s personality type, your Improv teacher will use this knowledge to present several different improv exercises in smaller groups, ending in a larger team exercise. In the end, your team will be led in a final discussion, analyzing each team member’s contribution, how it affected the role-playing between the team, and how understanding your personality traits in the workplace can lead to a better understanding of each other.
Yes, And – the art of building off of each other
Pan Left – actors are given them to guide them through this interactive game of changing channels quickly
Powerpoint Karaoke – actors are asked to present on slides they have never seen before, giving a full presentation with a partner
Meet Our Facilitators:
Scot McCarthy StyleWise Partners – Workshop Facilitator
Scot is an organizational performance consultant with 20+ years of experience growing talent at the individual, team, and leadership levels. He has a unique set of process and people competencies developed from his days as a GE Six Sigma Process Improvement Master Blackbelt and his passion for helping people unlock their skills and motivation to succeed.
Harrison Reed – Improv Instructor
Harrison Reed is a Lynchburg resident with a love for music, theatre, and general silliness. He has a theatre career spanning over a decade, and can be found working with theatre companies around the area. Recently, these have included James River Theatre Company, Opera on the James, and Masterworx Theatre Company. His chief improv training comes from watching countless hours of Whose Line is it Anyway? but he has also received training from Liberty University and a plethora of workshops and performances.
Ryan Mattox – Improv Instructor
Ryan Mattox is a cinema production graduate from Point Park University, Conservatory of the Performing Arts. He has had a lifetime in this medium, particularly in theatre, art design, and filmmaking. Ryan has worked as a production assistant on Netflix’s “Mindhunter” as well as an array of freelance projects from weddings, music videos, and directing theatre camps and workshops. He also is a board member at Second Stage in Amherst County, a non-profit organization that showcases venues around the surrounding communities. Recently Ryan showcased local Bill Wydner in a documentary, “The Heart of the Mill” at Camp Trapezium in Amherst County. Ryan is currently a Front of House Associate at the Academy Center of the Arts, where he provides a number of jobs ranging from bartending, stage handling, and theatrical production services. Ryan entertains everyone he meets and offers a new perspective on the magic of love and the commonality of our humanity.
Time & Costs:
2-hour Workshop – $25 per person (Minimum of 10 participants)
To learn more, contact Tabitha Abbott, Director of Operations, by email at [email protected]