“Think on Your Feet” : Recover your Spontaneity

Feel Your Feet

In your business, the best business plan, the best management plan, the best marketing plan, the best sales pitch or presentation is only as good as its execution.  Sometimes you prepare tirelessly, only to discover you are ultimately limited by what you’ve prepared your self to do.  And, every plan, sooner or later, is confronted by unanticipated events, situations, or problems.

Every plan, at some point, inevitably becomes an act of improvisation.

What do you do when the script runs out?

When you have the ability to be in the moment, ready for anything, able to “think on your feet,” and act in whatever way needed – this demonstrates your confidence and leadership.

By tapping into your intuition through a series of exercises that teach leaders how to confront uncertainty, you can achieve greater flexibility while maintaining control.

This work gives you the skills, confidence, and personal resources to improvise successfully in your high-stakes situations.

It addresses:

  • Thinking on your feet
  • What to do when the script runs out
  • Finding deeper listening
  • How to take risks more readily
  • How to feel confident in everyday and high pressure interactions
  • Being present and active in your meetings

Learn how in this 3-hour session.  

In this introductory session, we’ll take you through skills, exercises and activities that help you tap in to your intuition and inner knowing that get you thinking on your feet.

This is a novel experience with new ways to have you be more successful in your business.  It opens new neural pathways to more supportive behaviors. The work is fast-paced and hey, it’s not around a conference table!

This session and its activities are specifically tailored to those who are in the room.


Cost:  Special Rate – $100 per participant; register and pay by credit card at www.presence-impact.com under Upcoming Events (at the right had side of page) Or RSVP by email to: Martha@presenceandimpact.com

Date:  Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Time:  8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

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

Subways:  1, 2, 3 to Penn Station; A, C, E to Penn Station; N, R, W, 7 to Times Square
Buses:    M20, M34A, M11, M7, M34

Martha Gelnaw – Consultant, Coach, Facilitator & Improviser