Lifelong Learning Webinar: "High Functioning Virtual Teams"

Lifelong Learning Webinar: "High Functioning Virtual Teams"

Start Date: Wednesday, 23 June, 2021
Time: 17:30-19:00
Contact Person: siyasanga.hompashe@wits.ac.za
Venue: Online Webinar (Zoom)


Wits Business School, in partnership with Business Improv®, invites you to a high-energy, interactive webinar titled “High Functioning Virtual Teams”. This webinar will demonstrate the tenets of improvisation and how they link to the real world in a highly entertaining and thought-provoking way. 
 
Delivered by Bob Kulhan, Chicago-trained elite improv veteran, adjunct professor at Fuqua School of Business, Duke University and author of Getting to "Yes And": The Art of Business Improv, you’ll discover how Business Improv® techniques strengthen a skill set directly related to team trust, communication, creativity & innovation, influence, resilience, morale, and adaptive problem solving in a virtual world.
 
Bob’s approach addresses real-world business challenges, and his secret recipe combines the psychology behind decision-making with customised, high-energy, experiential learning, which drives measurable and sustainable ROI.
 
For anyone whose stay-at-home offices also contain children, roommates, pets and significant others, bring the family! The more the merrier!
 
As a gift for those who register and attend this session, you will receive Business Improv® guides: 7 Essentials for Taking Your Team Virtual and 6 Best Practices for Maximizing Effectiveness in Virtual Meetings, for FREE.
 
In addition, participants will receive an exclusive code for Business Improv’s Improvisational Communication, a first-of-its-kind online course designed using research backed by science and more than 20 years of experience. This course is regularly priced at $249 and by using the code YESAND you will be able to purchase for just $99 (a savings of $150!).
 
Below are two sample videos to give you an idea of the course content. These videos are taken directly from the course.
 
1)  Improvisational Communication - Sample Lesson     
2)  "Yes, And…" versus “Yes, But…” (is there a difference?)
 
Improvisational Communication is designed to take you from constantly struggling with your blocks and barriers to communication, to a place where you can thrive as a confident—and competent—communicator. (It is as applicable virtually as it is on-site and in-person!)

We look forward to seeing you.


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