Tuesday January 31, 7:00-8:30pm EST
In the interactive and fun presentation, professional improviser Pam Victor shares immediately-applicable techniques to squelch imposter syndrome and disable the fear of failure that might be complicating your life, so you can live and work with a more positive, collaborative spirit. You’ll get hands-on experience in how to facilitate more inclusive, innovative thinking at work and at home using a “Yes, and…” attitude, quiet your inner critic, and reframe challenges.
Pam’s presentation is based on her TEDx Talk and is designed to make everyone on the introvert-extrovert spectrum feel successful and empowered. It includes entertaining stories, engaging lessons, and accessible improv-enriched exercises that serve to deepen learning. Unless you have a script for life, you’re already improvising! This workshop provides you with improv’s most powerful tools to help you become even more collaborative, inclusive, and creative in your home and work relationships.
This is not an improv class. But you will learn helpful improv techniques that you can apply to your home and work lives.
Nobody will be forced to participate. If you want to sit quietly and just listen, great!
We know you’re busy, and we promise you’ll learn something and have fun at the same time.
Pam is a recipient of the 2019 New England Public Radio Arts & Humanities Award and a TEDx speaker. A graduate of Smith College with a Master’s in Education from Iona College, Pam has received improv training from iO Theater (Chicago), Annoyance Theater (Chicago), ImprovBoston, and from Second City teachers. Pam is a nice person. She likes you already.