Launching Women Workshop
Improv Superpowers To Improve Your Personal & Interpersonal Powers
90-Minutes Interactive Professional Development Event with Pam Victor, President/Founder, Happier Valley Comedy Unless you somehow have a script for life, you need to improvise. A lot! Life requires us to make it up on the spot in order to progress productively, problem-solve inventively, and bravely move into the future. Now you have an opportunity to get trained in how to improvise life from professional improviser and leader Pam Victor. In this fun, interactive presentation, you get to apply the superpowers that allow improvisers to collaboratively create comedy out of thin air to your own work and home lives. You’ll learn valuable improv techniques to reframe failure, build trust in your authentic voice, and work with others with more joy and ease. Through humorous stories and impactful interactive exercises, Pam presents skills to support you in speaking up, standing out, and taking it to the next level with more confidence, creativity, and collaboration. All activities take place in pairs or small groups, so you’re never in the spotlight (unless you want to be!); this event is designed for everyone on the introvert-extrovert spectrum. Let’s engage improv superpowers to improve your personal and interpersonal powers whether you use them in the living room, the boardroom, or beyond!
About Your Happier Valley Comedy Facilitator Pam Victor is a professional improviser, author, teacher, happiness coach, and founder and president of Happier Valley Comedy, the first and only comedy theater in Western Massachusetts. Pam directs Happier Valley Comedy’s THROUGH LAUGHTER program for professional and personal development, which uses improv training exercises to build foundational training skills such as communication, collaboration, and creativity. In a pandemic-improvised pivot, Pam also currently runs “The 30-Day Happiness Experiment," a wellness and wellbeing program. Pam is the author of Baj and the Word Launcher: A Space-Aged Asperger Adventure in Communication and co-author of Improvisation at the Speed of Life: The TJ & Dave Book. Pam is a recipient of the 2019 New England Public Radio Arts & Humanities Award. She also is a TEDx speaker. Pam is a nice person. She likes you already.