“Yes and”: Improving Communication and Leadership through Improv
“Yes, and…” is an introduction to improv basics. The basic rules of improv deal with finding agreement, listening, making choices, and celebrating those choices. These are also great skills to have in the workplace and in life. This interactive workshop will give the participants an entertaining opportunity to grow in a safe environment.
- Flexibility in uncertain times
- Expand creativity
- Improve listening skills
- Conflict resolution
Presented by: Jon Colby
Jon Colby has been empowering people all over the world with improv for over 20 years. From presenting to performing, his engaging and interactive approach has successfully helped audiences across the world to be better communicators, co-workers, teammates, salespeople, doctors, and even project managers!
Jon combines his master’s in education and his background in theatre to craft a meaningful and interactive experience where audiences have the opportunity to apply what they learn.
As a graduate from the world-famous Second City Conservatory comedy program and an educator with 15 years of classroom experience, he is able to keep an audience laughing while sharing practical knowledge that can be put to use right away. He has motivated and entertained hundreds of clients, including some of the nation’s top companies and organizations.
1 PDU aligned to the Talent Triangle Category “Leadership”
Applies to PMP Certification
10 Digit Claim Code: C002Y7MHGV
Event Date/Times (All times are ET):
- Wednesday, February 17, 2021
- 6:00pm – 7:30pm: Main Program Presentation
Live Online: live.pmicic.org
Free; Pre-Registration Required at live.pmicic.orgJOIN LIVE ONLINE
CALL FOR SPEAKERS:
If you or someone you know is interested in speaking, apply here.
About PMICIC Monthly Programs
PMICIC has regular monthly programs on the 3rd Wednesday of each month with the exception of November and December that are on different days. Each program revolves around a central topic integral to successful project management. Topics include both Agile and traditional project management and address at least one of the three domains that make up the PMI Talent Triangle: Technical, Leadership, and Strategic & Business Management. Topics will be posted once we confirm the speaker.
In addition to the presentation, attendees enjoy the opportunity to interact with and network with all levels of Project Professionals from across Indy.
Monthly Programs are open to both PMICIC members and non-members.