Train the Trainer
The Train the Trainer program provides a sustainable approach to cultivating and maintaining a culture based on applied improvisation. This create an environment rooted in Yes, And! The approach invites employee training that is fun, interactive, sustainable, novel, and challenging. Doing so equips team members to value visionary leadership, innovative problem solving, collaborative teamwork, and open communication.
This five-day training program teaches trainers to understand, practice, and lead workshops for your organization. Through reading, discussion, play, curriculum design, problem solving, and facilitation, trainers will learn what it takes to initiate, lead, and provide workshops in improvisation within the organization.
Consistency – your team members facilitate the content
Community – your team members build relationships
Cost – your in-house team reduces external consultant fees
Candidate Screening – competency assessment to identify high performers
Pre Work – preparatory reading and exercises
5-day Intensive – includes facilitation manual, program materials and usage rights
Practice – designing, leading, and facilitating the program
Observation – expert assessment and feedback
Certification* – ongoing support to ensure success
Group Size – no less than six, no more than 10
*Fishladder Inc. certifies facilitators giving you confidence that they are using best practices to equip your workforce with the training you need. Certification is valid for up to one year following the training with the option to renew and receive refreshers to continue to deliver a high-impact program within your organization.
“THANK YOU for waking me up to that and for allowing me to feel comfortable and empowered to be myself, imperfections and all. It’s not every day you get to experience an ‘aha moment’ that can significantly impact your development in your career, and I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to spend a day with and get that feedback from you! The session lived up to its’ name of ‘powerful.'”