Status and Power Improv
Are you as powerful as you need to be? Do you over power the room and rub people the wrong way?
Why is that? What if there was something you could do about it?
In improvisation, in order to create realistic and compelling characters we study status. That is, how does how we carry ourselves impact our relationship status with other people and how does it change in relation to others?
In this session, we'll explore status, and play with making ourselves more or less powerful. We'll then examine how this plays out in our work environments and how we need to adjust our status depending on which groups or individuals we're interacting with.
You'll also learn the one status trick that will dramatically increase your chances of getting hired in your next interview.
Outline/Structure of the Workshop
This session will alternate between demonstration exercises, debriefs, and hands on practice with various status levels for the duration of the session.
What is your natural status
What are the attributes of those that carry themselves with high status vs. low status
When to raise or lower status
How to convince others in a group that you're one of them
Anyone who works with various leadership levels in an organization