June
20
Thu
1:00 pm
2:00 pm
EDT

Discover the Impact of Improv’ in the Group Coaching Setting

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Join us for a special event that explores the power of improvisation in group coaching programs.

Discover how improvisation, combined with your expertise in coaching and facilitation, can improve group dynamics and encourage meaningful connections.

Betsy's background in comedy and Amy's knowledge of somatics have enabled them to appreciate the profound impact of play in coaching as well as in everyday life. Over the years, they have experimented with various approaches and have found that creating a playful and low-pressure atmosphere is the most effective way to achieve positive outcomes in coaching.

Join us to learn how using improv’ in group coaching can boost energy, focus, and accountability towards individual and team goals.

During our time together, you will learn:

  • The importance of improv’ in building connections
  • Techniques for incorporating improv’ into coaching structures
  • The significance of play in facilitating group coaching


Unleash the potential of group coaching with improvisation. Reserve your spot today!

About the Speakers:

Betsy Salkind, PCC, NBC-HWC, Mayo Clinic Certified, MS in Organization Studies, is a Board Certified Health Coach, holds a Master’s from the Sloan School of Management at MIT, and was a Federal Reserve Bank Examiner. She served as Associate Director and Lead Mentor Coach at the ADAPT Functional Health Coach Training Program and currently maintains a private practice. A professional stand-up comic and former TV writer, Betsy toured with a professional improv comedy troupe [Guilty Children], and taught improv at Emerson College, MIT, AMDA, health tech companies, group homes, and more. Improv for Coaches combines her two great passions.

Amy J. Warshawsky, MCC, NBC-HWC, CPPC (CTI), MS in Journalism, is certified by the International Coach Federation as a Master Certified Coach and by the National Board of Health and Wellness Coaches. She was a Mentor Coach for the ADAPT Coach Training Program, is a Sayge Business Coach and Assessor and maintains a private practice where she works with individuals and teams. Amy brings 12 years of expertise in movement and mind-body techniques to coaching as well as 15 years of experience as a director of community events and communications. She holds degrees from Cornell University and Northwestern.

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