With the world being so polarized politically, religiously, and racially, there's never been a better time to return to the ancient art of dialogue. Dialogue is different from having a chat with someone: it's a practice that requires attentive listening, understanding, empathy, and allowing both parties to have their values heard and honored.
Join Bridget Brown & David Koff — two teachers with a combined total of 60 years of improvisation, theater and facilitation experience — for this deep, informative, and powerful workshop. Together, we'll use the tools of applied improvisation to practice core techniques on becoming better listeners, better communicators, and more understanding humans in a bid to help bridge the gap in even the most challenging of relationships.
Part One: Thurs, November 12th, 8-10am Pacific (11am-1pm Eastern). Day One focuses on how to identify and use various kinds of communication skills.
Part Two: Thurs, November 19th, 8-10am Pacific (11am-1pm Eastern). Day Two focuses on how to practice using our new communication skills where it's needed most: when discussing challenging topics or when discussing topics with challenging individuals.