I have been an actor in the Berlin improvisation ensemble "Die Improvisionäre" for ten years. In improvisation theatre it is important to get directly engaged in the audience's shouts and the offers of the actors, bringing them together creatively and developing them further - the "Say-Yes principle"!
What began as artistic work on stage has proven to be an effective technique to promote innovative thinking and acting, to create mutual understanding and trust, and to strengthen team spirit.
We live in a time of upheaval, in which many traditional companies evaluate their working methods and reposition themselves. Modern leadership thrives on equal opportunities, trust and appreciation. When we decide, commitment, meaning and creativity unfold. As a self-organized team, we exemplify these values in our shows. Our products are stories told spontaneously. Our client is the audience. Our secret is listening.
A good story helps to interpret facts and to put them into an overall picture. In our improv shows you are both author and actor. That's why the focus of my presentation training is on the development and convincing presentation of stirring tensions.
In a trusting atmosphere I support the participants in trying out new methods. Through entertaining games, the participants learn to handle facial expressions, gestures and language. They learn to transform their stage fright into positive energy, to tell exciting stories and to have a conversation instead of performing.