Improvisation’s Principle of “Make Your Partner Perfect” – a 4-hour Seminar on November19, 2014 at 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

partnerperfectHigh performing workplaces are the centers of immense harmony, creativity and productivity.

The fastest way to a consistently profitable enterprise is to unleash your full potential to exceptional performance. When the work with others is powered by a common passion, it builds lasting success for the workforce and the firm.

Yet we know, no matter how fervent individuals or teams are about the desire for working in cooperation and collaboration, at times this can be undermined by the boundaries between people.

That’s where Improvisation work comes in because it builds your muscles to partner with others for a common goal. You may have heard that “Say YES, and…” is the granddaddy of the principles of Improvisation.

Second to this principle is MYPP – to “Make Your Partner Perfect.”  When participants are asked in my sessions “What’s most significant for you? 89% cite this principle.  Why?  Because they’ve seen it in action during the session.  And it’s good.  It creates freedom.  It revolutionizes your relationships at work.

In this workshop you will learn how to:

  • Make the “partners” in the exercises perfect so you can enhance each other’s experience
  • Create teamwork and collaboration at its best
  • Make MYPP work successfully in your daily business to bring greater positive results for you and the enterprise

Improvisation games are physical metaphors for how we communicate and behave in our work and in our lives. This workshop is a learn-by-doing and a learn-by-having-fun approach. The work is adapted for business executives. It is a safe environment in order to explore.

Join me on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Location: Primary Stages 307 West 38th Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues, 15th Floor; Studio A

Cost: $125 per participant (special introductory rate) Register and pay by credit card at this link:

Martha GelnawCoach and Facilitator       


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