Taking the word ‘meeting’ out of zoom meetings, professional stand up comedian John Cooper brings an hour of comedy games that will let you forget you’re in a webcam window and just enjoy yourself.
An hour and more of games that will get groups laughing and thinking, without feeling silly. This games gathering get groups on the same page, helping them build better co-working relationships through laughter and shared experience.
For groups of 6-20 running at 1-hour (90mins max) approx, there are two options we suggest;
Wake your brain up.
Games designed to fine-tune listening skills, and be a super clear communucator.
Let your hair down.
Focus on fun, games to help teams unwind, let off steam in a safe fun environment
Improv is an incredibly fun way to build confidence and develop communication skills. It’s particularly useful online where we lose some of our body language and need to find new ways to stay engaged.
From trainee managers to cultural ambassadors, improv is for everyone. It’s not about trying to be funny, or cracking a joke at the expense of a teammate – improv uses fun as a way to connect and improve…and it works fast.
Get in touch to book a session:
Since March 2020, John has taken part in over sixty online comedy shows and co-facilitated international presentation skills training courses. He’s delivered talks on the power of humour in business to Lloyds Bank, Google’s Digital Garage, The Business Growth Hub, Power to Change, Locality, Avecto Cyber Security and many others.
“Amazing what can change in one hour”Ian Stone, Founder, Smile Reader
“Really got my brain going!”John Knott, Zola Systems
“I thoroughly enjoyed this!”– Raj Patel MBE
“Got a lot from it. Hope to implement in my workplace.”Manchester Business Growth Hub
“Amazing”The Coalville Hero Project
“Excellent session. John made us feel at ease and have fun whilst giving us valuable advice and skills.”Liz Whitely
“Brilliant – straight away comfortably out of my comfort zone!”Business Growth Hub
“Eye-opening and something that I’d do again”David Norris
“Scary but loads of fun too, brilliant.”Terry Corbett
“Really enjoyed it and got out of my comfort zone.”Connor Aston
Need help with presentations? Check out our other session that uses stand-comedy to improve your speaking skills.