Hi all!My name is Ilkka Vanhapelto and I'm from Finland. My company (INNOvanhapelto Ltd) is organizing/coaching some leadership workshops during this spring:#1 Shared leadership and expertise for…Continue
I hope I have the time to be a part of this AIN conference in Berlin.
I'm an entrepreneur and I use applied improv in business. We train mostly leaders, managers and other key players. I think 'Leadership' is a great…"
A very interesting post. I think I use the number 6 / number 1. I should try the other ones some time.
Number 3 is good for processes. We usually have some tasks for the group to do in between meetings. So that would work really…"
Hi all!My name is Ilkka Vanhapelto and I'm from Finland. My company (INNOvanhapelto Ltd) is organizing/coaching some leadership workshops during this spring:#1 Shared leadership and expertise for leaders and executive managersThese are about sharing leadership experiences and ideas. As well as leading yourself and a perspective to dynamic community leadership.#2 Workshop for Executive team membersThis is about interaction and communication skills in board groups. How to rehearse teamwork in top…See More
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I have studied drama pedagogy, improv, psychology and educational sciences. I've done lots of theatre, acting, improvisational theatre, applied drama & applied improv, dance improv, singing and dancing.
I've built my own profession and company from the scratch. I'm a CEO at INNOvanhapelto Ltd
I have two improv groups of my own - improvisational theatre group Perun Perunat (Potatoes of Peru) and Big & Tall - international improvisational theatre company. Perun Perunat is a registered business as well.
And I'm part of improvisational theatre JOO (YES). We work mostly in the Middle Finland.
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I am using applied improv as a tool to train different social skills and personal growth in large organizations and corporations. We train mostly leaders, managers and other key players. Any idea exchanging and practical rehearsals would be great.
Hi! I am so glad you found it! Welcome!!! Here I am all excited waiting for my two big Multicultural Improvisation Groups starting tomorrow. With Raymond van Driel as co-teacher and Oskari and Henrik who are going to film it for a trailer that we may find brilliant use for in the future! So so good! And there is even more interesting things going on... will tell you and other guys later ...
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