Companies book your spaces for meetings, events, and off-sites.
Give them the opportunity for a professional team building experience, while you share in the profits.
Workshops are typically around $1,000 per hour when direct-to-consumer.
Workshops are typically 1-4 hours long.
At $1,000 per hour, coworking spaces can expect $200-$800 in extra revenue from each booking.
We are open to negotiating on price to what fits your clientele.
“This was a great, low-stress experience that strengthened my listening and creative skills by playing games instead of the traditional lecture formats. We learned more about each other and that made us more comfortable and friendly.”
“Nathan’s workshop was great for my group of undergraduate students. The workshop taught them great communication skills, but more importantly, allowed them to think about why we interact with others the way that we do. They learned that our actions and language influence the way that we respond to others, and the way they respond to us. They also had a great time!”
“I realized in your workshop that all ideas are important and deserve to be listened to. Our communication style can either lift someone up or put them down. We may not always agree with others, but they deserve our respect and consideration.”
Improvisation, or improv, is a form of live theatre where everything is made up on the spot.
For our purposes, improv is anytime you don’t have a script, whether that be in an interview, in a meeting, or on a first date.
Improv helps us overcome individual obstacles by encouraging spontaneity and free expression.
Here’s how it works:
And that’s it! We’ll take care of everything else.
Your coworking space will recieve 20% of the revenue of any workshop that is bought as an addition to meeting space.
Typically, you bill the client for the workshop in addition to the meeting space, and then you send us payment after we’ve completed the workshop.
You do NOT have to be funny, although improv often is!
In fact, common advice for performers of comedic improv is to NOT try to be funny, and instead focus on the relationship between the two people in the scene. Comedy naturally comes.
All workshops are designed to get participants moving while bringing them together in an opt-in environment.
Participants will feel more confident in taking their seat at the table and will be able to think in a more open-minded way.
Participants will feel closer to one another and will be able to devote themselves fully to active listening instead of planning what to say next.
“Improvisational training has the potential to enhance spontaneity, innovation, inventiveness…creativity, group collaboration, and promote greater self-confidence”
– Journal of Marketing Education, 2019
There is more research where that came from! Improv has been heavily researched. Contact me to see more!
We usually have 5 – 100 people in our workshops!
Get your questions prepared, and let’s hop on a call!