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ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv for IT Executives Creativity, Collaboration, Communication Jim Tosone Director, Healthcare Informatics Pfizer Inc
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC What is Improv? Set of Games Originally for Child Actors Used to Create Sketch Comedy
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Value in the Workplace Increase Comfort with Change Deepen Relationships Though Adaptive Communication Enhance Think-On-Your-Feet Creativity Foster Seamless Collaboration
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv Games Dr.-Know-It-All Rewind ABC Mirror
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Ground Rules Be Sensitive Dont Worry About Being Funny There is No Do – Only Try
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Dr. Know-It-All 3 People Line Up as Dr. Know-It-All Audience Asks Questions Dr. Know-It-All Answers with One Word Per Person in Sequence
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Rewind Improvise a Two-Person Scene When I Ring Bell –Replace Last Line Spoken –With a Different Line
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC ABC Improvise a Two-Person Scene Dialog Alternates Alphabetically –First Line Starts with A –Second Line Starts with B –Last Line Starts with Z
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Mirror Pair Up Stand Facing Each Other Lock Eyes Follow each others movement exactly –Head, Arms, Body, Legs Transfer the lead back and forth
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Use Games Situationally Creativity Collaboration Communication
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv Principles Initiate Ideas Acknowledge & Accept Ideas Build on Ideas Stay in the Moment Make Mistakes
ImprovMeansBusiness TM ©2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv Means Business TM Jim Tosone www.ImprovMeansBusiness.com www.ImprovMeansBusiness.com email@example.com
I © 2009 Tosone Associates LLC Improv Means Business TM Creativity, Communication, & Collaboration in The Workplace Jim Tosone SIM Fairfield-Westchester.
IMPROVISATION. Improvisation The portrayal of a character or a scene without rehearsal or preparation. There is NO formal script. Character is conveyed.
Chapter 1 Improvisation. Objectives To develop the basic acting skills of interpretation, voice, movement, and timing through improvisation To create.
Intro to Improv.
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How would you define Improv? Improv is – the portrayal of a character or a scene without rehearsal or preparation. You make up the character, lines and.
How much do you know?. Describes the conscious and unconscious ways we tell others how we are feeling and what we are thinking through: Body posture,
Analogies. Definition: An analogy is a comparison between two things that are alike in some way, but are otherwise NOT alike. Often, writers use analogies.
Theatre I Improvisation Kandinsky, Wassily. Improvisation , National Gallery of Art.
Co-Teaching Benefits Combines Different Teaching Strengths Allows greater attention to small group activities Helps to reach students of many levels.
Presentation Companion Slide Pack The slides in this file were specifically designed to be used with the Presentation Companion Add-In. Training-Games.com.
Successful Body Language in Business. The Eyebrows How many emotions can you draw using the eyebrows?
Characterisation Activities For use with WJEC Performing Arts GCSE Unit 1 and Unit 3 Task 1.
Learning Behaviors: Collaboration Personal Responsibility Civic Responsibility Work Ethic.
Improvisation (improv). Improvisational Theater (improv): is a form of theater where most or all of what is performed is created at the moment it is performed.
Focus: Body Parts, Fruit/Vegetables, Telling Time -Select a flag. -Say the answer outloud. -If you made a mistake, click the X button. -If you get the.
PATHS Teachers Workshop CMSD Grades 1 and 2 Day 2 January 2010.
Section C Blood Brothers E HOLMES Aims To gain knowledge and understanding of how to answer a Section C about a performer. To be able to complete.
© SEMA Service – Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council 2012 My Body Early Start EALIP Book 13.
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