Interaction - taking a stand - accessibility.
Bill Gates once said : Your most dissatisfied customers are your greatest source of improvement. We say : After Klein Barnum, there is no longer a source.
Fluent response to a not-so-easy audience, good improvisation skills.
An interactive, fascinating session that makes you aware of the importance of values in a professional context, but also outside the work field.
The actors clearly have insight and knowledge about the topics they cover.
The recognisability of the sketches. The interaction with the audience. Keep it up!
After all these years, Klein Barnum surprisingly keeps his finger on the (organisational) pulse. Always refreshing, to the point and above all with a maximum empathy for what matters within organisations: the interaction between people.
Bringing up a difficult topic in an understandable way.
Eye-opener, sensational, realistic.
A nice working form as awakener, for example at the start of an organisational development project, or as support, somewhere along the way.
The acting, the interaction with the audience, the adapted scenarios. The accurate way in which the assignment was picked up and the concept was clarified. Thanks a lot!
Professional. Actors with passion. The message is delivered in a playful manner and the audience is involved.
Innovative and creative in training social skills.
Flexible cooperation, smooth communication, very accessible theatre style.
Allowing employees to discover the organisation's values in this way and making them their own is a very valuable formula!
VALUES − sleeping beauties?
Impro-Labo® - Interactive theatre
In our knowledge economy, the behaviour of co-workers is increasingly decisive for the success of an organisation. How do you turn your values framework into the compass to guide this behaviour?
Making abstract values concrete
Values have enormous moral authority. For example, nobody is against 'respect'. Yet this does not always show in concrete actions on the ground. Through sketches, we challenge your corporate values in concrete situations from the participants' daily experience. We focus on moments when things get difficult: values conflict, go against one's own interests or clash with the emotions of the moment. Through humour and challenging multiple-choice questions, we trigger an exchange. Which behaviour requires a value in this situation? How far are you willing to go in applying it? Where are the solutions to dilemmas? The participants immerse themselves in the impact of values on their daily work situation.
How do you achieve a miracle?
Values can only work if everyone applies them in function of the common good. In part two, we focus on recognisable human motives that lie at the basis of this phenomenon. The scenes hold up a mirror to the participants and make them think about the pitfalls in order to achieve a shared culture. What at first appears to be a miracle is given a clear definition. The key word appears to be 'trust'.
Together with the participants, we arrive at a clear model for approaching the other on the basis of trust, and thus creating 'common ground' without renouncing your own values. The ideal kick-off for awakening values from their beauty sleep and installing them in the cockpit of your organisation.
- Performed by 3 actors
- For all employees of an organization
- Up to 80 participants
- Duration: part 1 & 2: 1h30
Duration part 3 : adaptable
- Technical sheet on request
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