Bring improv to your federal agency! An improv session with WIT@Work will lift your team’s spirits and provide much-needed laughter and connection. The cherry on top of this fun workshop? You and your team come away with knowledge of key improv concepts and how they can create success in any collaboration.
WIT@Work Director John Windmueller will facilitate an in-person or virtual interactive session for your team. It’s low-pressure, high fun, and works great over Zoom (if that’s what you choose). Windmueller has experience working with teams of all sizes and from every sector—from small nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies.
How much value do you place on a happier team? WIT@Work offers fun with a purpose—we use the principles of improv to enable fun and laughter, while also demonstrating the power of creative collaboration and communication.
Interested? Reach out!
We offer online and in-person versions of all our workshops. These trainings are typically one to two hours in length and average $65 per participant (minimum cost is $900). Group sizes range from 5 to 300 participants and we work with you to design the specific workshop that fits your goals and schedule.
Download our full brochure here. Email email@example.com or fill out the form at the bottom of the page to begin the conversation.
- ECQ 1, Leading Change (Creativity & Innovation, Flexibility, and Resilience)
- ECQ 2, Leading People (Conflict Management and Team building)
- ECQ 5, Building Coalitions (Partnering, Influencing/Negotiating)
Robert P. Kirschner, Director of Leadership Cleveland: “You were a perfect end to our day. Thank you for traveling to Cleveland to participate in the Leadership Cleveland Opening Retreat. Feedback from the evaluations was excellent and it brought me joy to see people together, having fun and laughing. So needed! I look forward to having you back in Cleveland again.”
William Taylor, Ph.D., Talent Assessment and Analytics Program for HumRRO (Human Resources Research Organization): “I attended the training you did at HumRRO last week, and I wanted to thank you for it. Without exaggeration, I can honestly say that your training was one of the most valuable I’ve ever been to.”
Improv-based teambuilding works
Cigna Mid-Atlantic Vice President Monica Schmude raves about the impact WIT@Work has made on her team. She has brought WIT@Work to her company multiple times and the skill-building and team bonding payoffs have been enormous.
About John Windmueller, Ph.D.
John Windmueller serves as the Director of WIT@Work, the applied improv and organizational training branch of Washington Improv Theater.
John has over two decades of experience designing, delivering, and overseeing professional training and graduate education focused on communication, collaboration, and creativity. In addition to his education and training background, he holds a Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from the Carter School and has extensive experience working as a facilitator and mediator, helping groups and communities have constructive conversations.
Along with directing WIT@Work, John performs regularly at WIT and at improv festivals throughout the U.S.
WIT@Work clients include: Deloitte, Marriott, Time Warner, Cisco Systems, Ogilvy, McDermott Will & Emery, Burness Communications, Goodwill Industries International, AOL, Sidwell Friends School, American Chemical Society, George Washington University, George Mason University, Wounded Warrior Project, IREX, KPMG, The World Bank, and The American Red Cross.
Curious about bringing some WIT to your workplace? Just fill out this questionnaire and submit it. Our WIT@Work Training Manager, John Windmueller, will be in touch with you shortly.
WIT@Work Intake Questionnaire
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