Drama based approaches

Call us drama queens, but we do sometimes like to bring a touch of acting to our programmes. We include drama because experience has shown us that role play can be a helpful way of actively exploring people’s responses to business or interpersonal issues.

Role play gives participants the opportunity to act out a real life business scene and to put learning theory into practice. It can also facilitate the transfer of learning to the workplace by making the connections between the two crystal clear. To make our role play as realistic as possible, we use professional actors to bring the scenarios to life and make them as credible, stimulating and challenging as possible.

As ever these days are great for changing perspective, reinvigorating and challenging the way we see doing our job.


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