|Date||07/09/2012 - 6:00pm - 7:30pm|
|Address||12 Desbrosses St, New York, NY 10013|
|Category||Training and Education|
HOW TO IMPROV YOUR WORK
***Please note, to ensure personal attention this class is limited to 10 people.
Tommy Galan, Director of Corporate Programming, People's Improv Theater (The PIT)
Monday, July 9 from 6 - 7:30 PM
Success in business is directly connected to your ability to communicate. After taking this program you will understand how to set yourself apart from your competition with heightened communication, listening, networking and creative skills that give improvisers the confidence to perform without a script. This is an introductory course where you will work as a team with classmates through fun exercises and games used by improvisers as training tools. Most importantly, you will experience professional development that breaks the traditional learning mold and shows you how learning can be fun.
The Principle: Tommy Galan is a professional speaker and performer with 20 years of stage and presentation experience. He is also an accomplished trial attorney with an undefeated appellate record. He has trained CEOs, executives, marketing departments and sales teams with clients including Google, Martha Stewart Omnimedia, AMC Networks, Avrett Free Ginsberg, Medallion Retail, MAC Cosmetics, Yahoo, JPMorgan, Credit Suisse, Benchmark Hospitality, Microsoft, Rabobank, New York University, Columbia University, Yelp, Cushman & Wakefield, Hofstra Law School, The American Bar Association, and Baruch College. Using the principles of improvisation, Tommy creates a safe and comfortable environment to build his client’s confidence. He believes that we are all performers, and whether we are presenting for a thousand-seat audience, or one-on-one in a conversation, we can all benefit from the foundational basics and techniques of accomplished performers.
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|Contact||The Maestro Project|
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