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Objectives
• Enhancing communication fluidity
• Facilitating listening and speaking within teams
• Improving team cohesion through theatricalisation topics with professional actors
• Experimenting with humor and its positive contribution within relationships
• Defusing crisis situations
• Avoiding hostility with confidence and self-esteem thanks to positive communication

 

IDEO collaborates with professional actors specialized in business theater approaches.

 

Catherine Gillet, professional actress and director, seeks through her work to federate teams in companies through laughter, risk-taking, enthusiasm, authenticity, creativity and positive emotions.
Her exclusive method comes from acting methods and a one man show, but also and above all from a technique woven from her reflections, her research and her training in non-verbal communication, Vipassana meditation, positive psychology and her observations in companies for the past 8 years.

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Training & Workshops

 

1.  Comedians, actors of the company
Role play for recruitment, assessments, conflict management

 

2.  Humor within the relationship

 

3. Team building
Improvisation techniques, creation of specific scenarios

 

4.  The meaning of repartee
Training in the form of a toolkit for improved communication and assertiveness.

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1.Team of corporate actors

Realistic situations through role play with professional actors accustomed to the challenges that companies and collaborators face today.

• Recruitment
• Assessment
• Conflict management
• Training in relation to sensitive situations
• Stimulation in developing skills
• Team building

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2. Humor within the relationship

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We accompany you to find solutions to work in a pleasant environment, because humor does not hinder, in any way, intelligent work, the respect of security constraints, or quality.

On the contrary, humor generally means a beneficial break from professional constraints and healthy relaxation in an increasingly stressful world.
Yet even if this is desired by most individuals, it is still a relatively low key or misused approach.

Is it the result of a deviation that has limited management to a hierarchical relationship and obedience?
Is this due to the multiplication of procedures, to the detriment of informal exchanges?

Beyond its primary benefits (making people smile, releasing body tension and stress), humor fulfills pragmatic objectives: developing imagination, creativity, productivity and providing solutions to problems that mark the life of a company.

But humor does not mean heavy, even discriminatory jokes and pranks.
To be beneficial, humor must be benevolent. Lifting spirits or mobilizingone’s sense of repartee. Yes, but provided the intention is positive.

 


"Humor is the shortest path between one man and another.» George Wolinski

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3. Team building through acting out real-life corporate situations/span>

Training by the way of theater acting brings about an increase in group dynamics and team cohesion. It allows one to trust and respect one’s self. Improvised theater acting brings a team together to build a common story.

In this context, one relaxes and can be creative in a playful atmosphere. One learns to express oneself by listening to others, and discovers and experiences spontaneity.

 

The common points between improvisation and the work place:
Accepting - Offering - Listening - Building together - Coping with the unexpected - Taking risks - Bouncing back - Daring - Accompanying others and also .... : having fun!

 

Improvised theater acting teaches self-confidence and to develop trust in others because it requires managing objectives with the same constraints as a business project: time, problem solving, the objective to be reached, limited resources, etc.

 

Also, it helps to manage unexpected business situations and to assume them fully without being destabilized. Facing the fear of the unpredictable through improvisational games allows one to gradually cultivate it on a daily basis and to manage with gentleness and even with humor unexpected events.

 

Deliverables
Customized scenarios improvised or written and played out by collaborators and / or professional actors intended to manage in a playful way:

• A problem to be transformed
• A team to unite
• A message to be conveyed
• A new strategy to be communicated

 

Benefits
Participants are often surprised by themselves and others by accepting judgment, daring to bring forward new ideas and assuming them.
It is an amazing way to discover others and oneself from a new perspective.

 

On the individual level
• Développe l’écoute et l’authenticité
• Permets de mieux gérer les imprévus
• Améliore la communication interpersonnelle
• Développe le sens de la répartie
• Libère la créativité et l’humour
• Améliore la confiance en soi
• Permets de se surpasser et de prendre des risques
• Amène à libérer un potentiel et des ressources peu exploitées

 

On the individual level
• Develops listening and authenticity
• Improves management of incidents
• Improves interpersonal communication
• Develops a sense of repartee
• Encourages creativity and humor
• Improves self-confidence
• Allows you to surpass yourself and take risks
• Releases untapped potential and resources

3. Team building through acting out real-life corporate situations/span>

Training by the way of theater acting brings about an increase in group dynamics and team cohesion. It allows one to trust and respect one’s self. Improvised theater acting brings a team together to build a common story.

In this context, one relaxes and can be creative in a playful atmosphere. One learns to express oneself by listening to others, and discovers and experiences spontaneity.

 

The common points between improvisation and the work place:
Accepting - Offering - Listening - Building together - Coping with the unexpected - Taking risks - Bouncing back - Daring - Accompanying others and also .... : having fun!

 

Improvised theater acting teaches self-confidence and to develop trust in others because it requires managing objectives with the same constraints as a business project: time, problem solving, the objective to be reached, limited resources, etc.

 

Also, it helps to manage unexpected business situations and to assume them fully without being destabilized. Facing the fear of the unpredictable through improvisational games allows one to gradually cultivate it on a daily basis and to manage with gentleness and even with humor unexpected events.

 

Deliverables
Customized scenarios improvised or written and played out by collaborators and / or professional actors intended to manage in a playful way:

• A problem to be transformed
• A team to unite
• A message to be conveyed
• A new strategy to be communicated

 

Benefits
Participants are often surprised by themselves and others by accepting judgment, daring to bring forward new ideas and assuming them.
It is an amazing way to discover others and oneself from a new perspective.

 

On the individual level
• Develops listening and authenticity
• Improves management of incidents
• Improves interpersonal communication
• Develops a sense of repartee
• Encourages creativity and humor
• Improves self-confidence
• Allows you to surpass yourself and take risks
• Releases untapped potential and resources

 

Collectively
• The team learns to function as a whole, a single entity
• The team is united and each member supports each other
• Each member of the team is valued for what they are
• Develops the qualities of a good manager: teaches qualities to develop resources to motivate their team, use new ideas and make decisions.

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4. Sens of repartee
Training in the form of a toolbox made of equipment designed to protect and prepare oneself for better communication and assertiveness.

• Be self-confident by being emotionally stable.
• Know your strengths and weaknesses.
• Be interested in others.
• Recognize your “No” to understand that of your interlocutors.
• Learn to defend yourself without intimidating others.
• Manage inappropriate criticism through authenticity.
• Unmask false compliments and use sympathetic response.
• Develop the ability to categorically oppose deliberate denigration.

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