Speakeasy Cabaret, 2220 NW Market Street #L00, Seattle, WA 98107
Date: Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Are you terrified of speaking in public and would do anything just to avoid speaking to a group of people? Or do you wish to be a better public speaker to engage your audience? If you’re looking for a fun and interactive experience to help you improve your public speaking skills, consider taking the plunge like other innovative speakers have done by learning to use improv techniques to build your communication skills, drive innovation and inclusiveness and conquer the fear of speaking in public.
$25 fee for members of The Koa Club
$50 fee for non-members of The Koa Club
Event limited to 25 registered participants only
Light bites provided; Cash bar only
About the Speaker
Andrew McMasters (www.ImprovMindset.com) is an actor, director and entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience in the arts. He is a founder of Jet City Improv, a non-profit theater that he managed for 25 years, and worked for multiple Fortune 500 companies to provide presentation support and messaging as well as team building and communications trainings. Andrew is dedicated to experiential learning, providing opportunities for self-discovery and driving innovation in our everyday lives.
Details about ImprovMindset below:
At ImprovMindset, we inspire your organization to be more collaborative and productive with professional development programs that drive personal performance and organizational health.
We create trainings and learning sessions that your employees will remember for years to come. Our programs use improvisational theater techniques to engage employees, drive personal growth and improve communication across your entire organization. These fun and interactive events demonstrate and practice real-life business skills and provide first-hand experience to drive individual growth and change.
Our exercises are designed to develop leaders who can communicate on all levels (focusing on emotional intelligence) and have your team practicing key relationship-building skills. Participants will leave with practical tools and lessons to apply at all stages of their work, even in crisis.
It’s time to give your team the skills necessary to succeed; confidence, the ability to connect with others and the presence to be a compelling leader.