ClassAct Boardroom is a workshop designed specifically for corporate employees
What we do
Corporate employees face ever-increasing targets and cut-throat competition resulting in high stress levels. Whether you are multi-tasking, interacting with a colleague, or in a client meeting, you are performing a role. Handling the same kind of responsibilities with the pressure of outperforming previous targets brings monotony to any job.
When you are set to meet that tough client whose business you need, don’t you wish you had the wit to win the deal? Or you are discussing some data and wished you could bring it to life with some stories behind them? Or you just long to be part of a team that is warm and welcoming as much as it is high performing? These scenarios often don’t end up the way you want them because everybody is afflicted by the same rote, and the same levels of stress.
Class Act Board Room is a workshop designed to break the monotony of corporate life. It helps you understand the patterns you silently fall into at work while fulfilling your job responsibilities- patterns which are like grooves in your minds- the same patterns harden the grooves. Board Room is where you learn about performance of a creative kind- one that helps you recognise your hardened grooves, erase them and create fresh ones- over and over again.
The exercises are designed to make you move physically without tiring you, to make you think and act with spontaneity. These have the effect of discovering a hidden talent of narrating a story, your comic timing or just your natural self. There is no solemn endeavour to help you discover your inner self, just a promise to open the creative tap that we believe is hidden in everyone.
Who is eligible for boardroom
Any corporate employee can join this workshop- those at the beginning or top of the corporate ladder or anywhere in between.
It is for X* hours, and can be conducted over a weekend.
Special corporate plans can be designed based on the varied needs- separate packages for different functional teams; for entry level, middle-level or senior level managers; for team building or as part of a special event.
*Minimum 12 hours