I hope you are well. I found your name as the coordinator for AIN Europe.
I started practicing improvisation in 2002 and have been teaching it since 2008. I only attended the AIN conference in Amsterdam a few years ago.
At the same time, I started giving applied improv courses in 2009 on the topics of interpersonal communication skills and teambuilding.
I am currently looking for courses to refresh my practice of improvisational teater teacher and AI trainer. As I live in Bolivia, I plan to stay in Europe the full month of June and a part of July, and would like to follow courses in Europe (better in France or nearby country but I could move as long as it would be in French, English or Spanish).
Could you please help identify these courses ?
In advance, thanks a lot :) I wish you a nice week-end,
Thank you very much Renatus for the idea. I am trying to encourage people to be a member of the network. and I will work for the group after the conference. And of course I will need help. We will be in touch.
You kindly sent me an invite to join your Swiss group ages ago and apologies for my late late reply. I would love to join the group but live in the UK so am not sure how practical it will be for me to get involved. I am in Switzerland from time to time though so who knows!! Go well and it's good to connect. Mark
Hi Renatus, yes I still like to join on the 30th. Though I wont be able to make it for 9:30 h. How far is the venue from Geneva train station? Does it make sense for you all if I drop in later. How can I support you best? Questions I wanted to take up with you at our meeting in Bern. Thanks for your feedback, Cheers, Esther
Just read your report on AI in Business Schools. I am doing my PhD at the moment at the University of Warwick in England studying the use of role play and actors as a business training technique for improving Emotional Intelligence in workplace behaviour. I would very much like to be part of a larger community seeking to understand in increase the use of such skills in the Business Schools across the globe. Keep up the good work!
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