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Say Goodbye to Reading Slides

The Slide Deck Improv session was excellent and provided lots of insight into one’s real potential. I felt challenged, caught off-guard and inspired to breakout from old habits and limiting beliefs!
— Kamel Abouchacra, Chief Operating Officer, Crowe Global
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We create an exhilarating space for participants to move from their comfort zone to their courageous zone. This is the sweet spot for learning and growth. 

Speaking in front of a group can be scary. Trying something new, like improv, for the first time can also be uncomfortable. But once participants do it, and share some laughs in the process, that fear loses its power. People leave Slide Deck Improv feeling confident and more relaxed in front of a crowd, with their peers, and ready to tackle new challenges. 

Who benefits from Slide Deck Improv?



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  • Gain confidence and adaptability in public speaking, client and team communication situations. 

  • Learn to use visuals that support your perspective, instead of repeating it.

  • Improve audience engagement and connection with your important message.

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Learning and Development Leaders

  • Offer programming built on a platform of strong participant engagement

  • Achieve public-speaking and courageous communication learning outcomes.

  • Develop confidence in professionals, especially those that need to present their ideas in formal and informal settings.

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Marketing and Business Development Stakeholders

  • Improve the delivery of organization's messages and representation of the brand.

  • Develop executive presence of team members as they grow in their careers.

  • Give sales people an edge on the competition with more effective handling of sales dialogues and deeper connections with prospects.

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Enjoy laugh-out-loud fun while learning, practicing new skills, and exploring vulnerability in a safe space.

Build team cohesiveness through a shared experience that’s memorable and useful.

As a salesperson, our primary job is to connect with the audience to convey our message. That requires the ability to “accept our gifts”, improvise, utilize stories and actively listen to persuade our clients and prospects to take our desired action or next steps.
— VP National Accounts, Miller Zell | Workshop Participant

I think there is always value is challenging yourself to do something that’s scary. [Slide Deck Improv] was definitely intimidating, but seeing that I could “wing it” and get good feedback from the audience was empowering. Makes me more confident in business in general – I don’t have to be rehearsed to do a presentation and make it effective.
— Director, Prudential Capital | Workshop Participant


photos and inspriation courtesy of
ACG West Michigan + Tiberius Images