Coach & Facilitator Training

Improvisation Skills for Coaches

Using spontaneity and awareness to grow creative presence and flow in coaching conversations

Similarly to improvisational actors who collaborate spontaneously to create entertaining performances, a coach and a client co-create new possibilities. The competencies that are required of a coach are the same as the skills of an improviser: being present, listening, awareness, non-judgement, acceptance, noticing themes and openness to possibilities. Therefore, the exercises that improvisers use to practise these skills can be used to develop coaching skills.  Read more  


Story Strategies for Facilitators

Move people to integrated change that lasts

To match the demands of a shifting global environment, trainers, teachers, consultants and coaches want to support people and organisations through change experiences that bring lasting transformation.  Read more

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