Toyota Takes Improv Training for a Test Drive
Jayne-Louise O’Connell is a Digital Platform Specialist for Toyota and recently participated in one of LMA’s Improv Based Learning & Development Workshops. In this breezy chat she shares a few quick thoughts on her team’s experience and how improv training can help your professional career.
Oh What a Feeling!
Don’t underestimate the value and importance of incorporating more fun and playfulness into the workplace. In fact, according to Harvard University, it’s crucial to your success.
Jeremie Smith is a Market Research Analyst for Toyota and recently asked LMA to run a one of our Improv Based Learning & Development Workshops as part of larger, weeklong session for his team. Here he shares a few quick thoughts on the experience.
Here you can see a group of giggling Toyota Employees getting into a game of “Friend and Enemy” at their recent corporate training event. For more information about our Professional Learning & Development Training Programs please visit LMA Training
Results Oriented Professional Development
LMA’s corporate training programs get real results. Here’s how Medland Metropolis Engineering, who we’ve worked with twice now, describe their experience on their own website and, if you’re interested in specific results oriented data, check out their post-training survey.
Interested in Innovation?
Is LMA Training for You?
Do your staff need to communicate better?
Do they sometimes struggle to articulate what they really mean?
Are they so bogged down by what’s isn’t working that they can’t build on the things that are?
If you answered “yes” to any of the above then a corporate training day with LMA can help. Using the fundamentals of improv including the famous “Yes, and…” technique we will lead your group through a session using procedural knowledge that will help them come together as a team, learn to “React, Adapt & Communicate” and use the power of Divergent and Convergent Thinking to innovate, solve business issues, build on – and support – each others ideas, and move forward as a cohesive group.