Are you looking into building engagement and presence? And, how about developing agility in the use of impact, influence and negotiation?
The ESADE Alumni London Chapter is pleased to invite you to their forthcoming event ''Words are Tofu: Building impact and influence by acting affectively'' by Glynne Steele, director and coach at Do Think Do.
An interactive session where you will be able to discover new communication techniques using theatrical techniques.
I’m an acting teacher, director and coach working regularly at DSL, DSM, RADA and many client organisations. I trained originally as an actor, run a coaching and leadership development company called dothinkdo specialising in the use of theatrical techniques to develop human intelligence and recently directed the award-winning play ‘Empty Beds’ by Julia Cranney which transferred to the Arcola from the Underbelly in Edinburgh.
My approach is to work with the individual. Whether on a 1-to-1 or group basis, this means utilising simple, easily acquired frameworks that allow for personal interpretation and expression in order to create better outcomes. Outcomes that work for you, in your way. I’m always curious about how to enable you to build greater flexibility, a quality that exerts a mutually appreciative effect on confidence until the two – flexibility and confidence – begin to grow synergistically.
Members: free of charge
Guest members: free of charge
Other business schools: €25